As Samsung is gearing up to reveal a range of new products for their Galaxy line, they could not help but release some promotional material. These small hints give the customers something to get excited about even before the official announcements. The event is still a few weeks away, but some information was leaked before the event.
According to the newest leak, the brand new Galaxy Flip 4 that Samsung is expected to reveal during the event will be available in a brand new colorway. According to information Evan Blass shared, the promo’s official render shows that the Galaxy Z Flip 4 will come in Bora Purple.
The color is unlike anything that Samsung has ever done. The shade of this purple variant seems to be inspired by the lavender Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3. Still, there are some noticeable differences in the design and the shade.
Some of the differences include larger side buttons that are more pronounced and no doubt easier to use. Furthermore, the camera lenses are also more prominent and seem to protrude out more than they used to in the Z Flip 3. Therefore, it is safe to assume that the new Galaxy Z-Flip 4 will receive a camera upgrade.
The leaks also suggest the hinge on the new phone will be narrower than before and placed nearer to the screen if the renders are to be believed. The phone’s display is completely hidden in the render. Still, it is said to have a nearly invisible crease, improving the phone’s aesthetics.
The renders of the new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 also suggest that there are overall no changes to the aesthetics of the phone. However, the new colorway still makes the entire release much more exciting and something that fans can look forward to.
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