Samsung’s most expensive phone, the Galaxy Z Fold 4, will take a whopping 1649 GBP out of your pocket for 256 GB of storage, ranging to 2019 GBP for 1TB of storage.
So, what do you get for the price tag?
- Folding AMOLED display
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 processor
- 12GB RAM
- Triple camera array: 50MP, 12MP, 10MP
- Additional 10MP cover display camera
- 4MP under-display selfie camera
- Gorilla Glass Victus Plus cover screen and rear
- IPX8 water resistance
- Android 12L + One UI software
The Z Fold 4 is a powerful package, boasting 12GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset running Android 12L, which means that this phone is just as quick as Max Verstappen on the race track.
There’s IPX8 water resistance and both the cover screen and the rear panel are made of Gorilla Glass Victus Plus, making the Z Fold 4 highly durable.
Users can set-up entirely different home screens on their cover screen and larger, inner screen.
It’s also got stereo speakers, two SIM card slots, 5G connectivity and up to 15W wireless charging. The 4400mAh battery can charge at a maximum speed of 25W.
The folding 7.6-inch AMOLED panel offers a 120Hz refresh rate and HDR10+. All of which helps with tasks like image editing or reading and makes for greater viewer pleasure and playback with a larger screen.
For that picturesque capture, the Z Fold 4 has a new 50MP sensor partnered by a 12MP ultra-wide and 10MP telephoto snapper. There’s also a 4MP under-display camera and a 10MP camera on the cover display. The camera also includes a 3x optical zoom and a 30x digital zoom.
Will the flip phone be making its way back into your life?