Amidst all the leaks we have seen so far for the much-awaited Galaxy Z Fold 4, today’s information that we are going to tell you stands out.
We already know about four color variants of the Galaxy Z Fold 4, but today we will tell you what they are.
Industry watchers already comprehend the well-reputed tipster Evan Blass. Today, he informed on Twitter about the variants and storage options for the Galaxy Z Fold 4 in the form of a list. In a recent tweet, he proclaimed that the Galaxy Z Fold 4 would have four color options to choose from, namely Phantom Black, Beige, Burgundy Red, and Gray/green. This list also shows the side-by-side storage options for the device, i.e.-128GB, 256GB, and 512GB.
The Beige and Burgandy-Red are new iterations for the Galaxy Z Fold series, being a very bold introduction, and also, it is very viable that the remaining Green/Gray will have new shades.
As for the storage, Blass informed the conventional or already expected 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB capacity for all the variants leaving the Burgandy-Red one out, which will only be available in 256GB & 512GB variants. That leaves out the uncertain 1TB variant, the previous rumors suggested.
The last time we saw Samsung play it safely with only the executive-type colors in the third installment of the Fold series, it seems that Samsung understood that the series did well with the young generation too. And This time, it seems to be more open and has much confidence in the series with the introduction of more vibrant colors.
While every rumor or leak has to be taken with suspicion, the reputation precedes this tipster to be accurate most of the time.
Also, the listing on FCC suggests that the launch is imminent following the Unpacked Event expected on 10 August this year.
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