The Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 from Samsung might be available in far greater quantities than its predecessors, according to an analyst’s estimate. And if a leak is to be believed, the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold will have a smaller form factor.
In addition to that, what is the nicest part? Prices for the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4 might be reduced, which would make these foldables more appealing to the general public.
To begin, Ross Young of Display Supply Chain Consultants tweeted that Samsung would create twice as many Z Fold 4/Z Flip 4 devices in July as it did for the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 last year. If manufacturing continues at its current pace, Samsung’s foldables might have their greatest launch ever in terms of sales this year.
Samsung’s Z Fold 4 might get a price reduction.
A reduction in the pricing of the Z Fold is an absolute need. Although the price of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 was reduced, it still remained at $1,799.
Assuming, of course, that consumers are willing to purchase Samsung’s foldables. In addition, Young says that Samsung may lower the price of the Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4 models, as well.
The Z Fold is in serious need of this. Even when the price of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 was reduced, it still cost $1,799. While the Z Flip 3’s $999 price tag is more realistic, it would also make sense to drop the price considering that the Galaxy Z devices do not have the cameras or the battery life of Samsung’s Galaxy S series.
Rumors have it that Apple is working on a foldable iPhone, but the company doesn’t really make one. The bad news is that we won’t see the first foldable iPhone until 2025 at the earliest. As a result, Samsung may be able to win over more fans—and maybe even some iPhone switchers—with a more affordable Z Fold 4.
Smaller and lighter than ever, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 is here.
The Galaxy Z Fold 4 is also the subject of several rumours. Leaker Ice Universe claims that the foldable will be lighter and smaller than the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and have a thinner display bezel. When compared to the already hefty Galaxy Z Fold 2, that phone gained weight, height, and thickness, so going the opposite way looks like a wise move.
Making the Galaxy Z Fold 4 smaller might have both positive and negative consequences. While it may make the Fold more convenient to carry and store in a tiny purse or pocket, it may also make the display on the front even more unappealing. Smaller batteries might potentially affect battery life because of Samsung’s desire to make the phone thinner.
However, we won’t know for sure until the day of the launch. A 108MP primary camera and a separate S Pen accessory are expected to be added to the Z Fold 4 in late summer or early autumn, per to Samsung’s established foldable launch timeline.