Judge the creases on Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4 for yourself with these leaked hands-on photos

Judge the creases on Samsung's Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4 for yourself with these leaked hands-on photos

See Samsung’s upcoming foldables in all their glory

Samsung’s 2022 foldable lineup – the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Fold 4 – will be announced at the Unpacked event on August 10. However, leaks from the past few weeks have already ruined his party and revealed almost everything about the devices. Even worse, practical images of the Fold 4 and Flip 4 have now surfaced online, showing the thinner outer edges and a less noticeable fold.


In the hands-on images shared on Twitter by @noh_tech, the Galaxy Z Flip 4 is strikingly similar to the Flip 3. The internal bezels could be slightly thinner than the current model, but the change seems so small that only a side-by-side comparison can confirm. In addition, the aluminum frame of the Flip 4 has a metallic look in the leaked photos compared to the glossy finish on the Flip 3.

At first glance, the hands-on images of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 don’t show any major design changes either. The device appears slightly wider in the hand than the Fold 3, indicating a change in the screen’s aspect ratio. But this can only be confirmed with a direct comparison. The outer hinge also seems a lot slimmer. The fold of the folding screen seems less noticeable than last year’s model. However, it may become more prominent after a few folds, so it’s too early to say if Samsung has made any improvement in this area. What is clear is that the upcoming folding Korean giant will not have a flat screen like the Oppo Find N.

The leaked hands-on images indicate that Samsung’s foldable lineup will not see dramatic design changes in 2022. Any improvements will be minor and unlikely to address any of the major pain points with current generation models. Nevertheless, if you’re still interested in getting your hands on the company’s upcoming devices, you can pre-order the Galaxy Z Fold 4 or Flip 4 right now to save $200 when they launch.