As the release date approaches, excitement for Samsung’s next generation of foldable smartphones is growing. We now have further details on the Galaxy Z Fold 4 specifications, which were only revealed yesterday.
The always-reliable website SamMobile, which exclusively covers the South Korean brand, reports that the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 will be available in a variant with 1 TB of built-in storage, geared for people who need a lot of internal storage.
If the information is correct, the foldable phone will follow in the footsteps of the Galaxy S22 Ultra, which also has a 1 TB storage option and does not require a microSD card slot.
It’s worth noting that the Galaxy Z Fold 3 is an older addition to the Samsung price catalogue, with storage options of 256 GB and 512 GB but no microSD card slot, which should have been retained as a possibility in subsequent generations.
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SamMobile was unable to obtain any price estimations from the source in terms of price. The Galaxy Z Fold 4 1TB edition, on the other hand, is expected to cost $1,999 (about Rs. 402,000 in straight conversion) before taxes.
Samsung’s most costly foldable phone should include a larger screen and cameras akin to the S22 Ultra, with a significant improvement in the selfie department. In August, the all-new Galaxy Z Fold 4 is slated to be released.