This wasn’t the case a few years ago, but with low-end Android phones today having a significant advantage over many flagships in their microSD support, the internal storage space of the latter class of handsets is getting more and more attention. prior to an official announcement.
Both the coming Galaxy Z Fold 4 and For example, it’s rumored that Z Flip 4 recently took it a step further compared to their predecessors in that particular department, and at least as far as Samsung’s domestic market is concerned, that’s pretty much set in stone now.
Lots of digital hamster space to go around
To be clear, there doesn’t seem to be a 1TB version of the 5G-compatible version Galaxy Z Flip 4 in the pipeline, but 512 gigs will double the local digital hamster space offered by the most advanced (and of course the most expensive) Z Flip 3 model released last fall.
Digital hoarders are sure to fall head over heels with the Z Fold 4 (shown here in leaked renders).
The same is essentially true for the Galaxy Z Fold 3, which comes in 256 and 512 GB storage configurations, the latter of which will go all the way up to a terabyte for this year’s highly anticipated (and vastly improved) Z Fold 4 5G powerhouse.
Please note that a 512 GB Galaxy Z Fold 4 variant is also still in the works, as confirmed by this government data breach, and if Samsung plans to lower the starting price of this bad boy compared to its predecessor, it will be an entry-level 256 gig. also very popular the table.
The Z Flip 4, meanwhile, will likely come in three configurations of its own, up from two main Z Flip 3 models and ranging from 128 GB to 512 GB of storage, which is yet another reason for an overall production foldable and sales increase for Samsung this fall compared to 2021.
Expected prices for Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Z Fold 4
The Z Flip 4 (shown here in leaked renders) will definitely be a lot cheaper than the Z Fold 4.
With a glamorous Unpacked debut supposedly slated for early August and a commercial rollout likely later that same month, this seems like an ideal time to make some (educated) guesses based on existing information, recent visual leaks and… this writer’s old-fashioned gut feeling . Nothing goes here:
- Z Flip 4 5G – $900 with 128GB; $950 with 256GB; $1000 with 512GB
- Z Fold 4 5G – $1600 with 256GB; $1700 with 512GB; $1800 with 1TB
We’ll be honest with you, we don’t have much faith in these predictions, but with the Galaxy Z Flip 4 is so incredibly similar to the Z Flip 3 (both inside and out), a $100 price cut feels like the slightest Samsung could do to maintain the family’s surprisingly broad appeal.
On the other hand, it may seem optimistic to expect the Galaxy Z Fold 4 to start at $200 below the Z Fold 3 with a sophisticated design, much better cameras in tow, and some other notable upgrades, but the Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G has been repeatedly discounted to $1400 in recent months, which probably means there’s plenty of room for a launch discount too.