The Fold 3 has a starting price of $1,799, which makes it quite a bit more expensive than other flagship phones out there, and the Flip 3 starts at a more palatable $999. Luckily for potential buyers, Samsung’s upcoming bendable phones will. apparently be more affordable than the current generation.
The Plus versions of Qualcomm’s premium chips are usually only slightly faster than the standard variants, but this year the difference could be greater. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is based on Samsung’s 4nm process and apparently this is what causes the chip’s overheating problems, although some reports indicate that Arm the guilty.
The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus will apparently be manufactured by TSMC and per leaker Yogesh Brarit could be 10 percent faster than the Gen 1 and also more energy efficient and cooler.
Ice Universe seems pretty confident that the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4 will be supported by the Gen 1 Plus.
While the Z Fold 4 is expected to have the same 4,400 mAh battery capacity as the Fold 3, the Flip 4 is expected to be slightly more capacity than its predecessor. A more energy-efficient chip could theoretically extend battery life even more.
As for the other specs, the clamshell Z Flip 4 is rumored to be a larger 2-inch cover display and the Fold 4 will likely come with better camera sensors. Both phones are expected to offer improved durability and may also feature the faster UFS 4.0 storage standard that Samsung announced a few days ago.
according to an Rumor has it that the Fold 4 will be available in beige, black and gray, while the Flip 4 will be available in gold, gray, light blue and light violet.