Samsung will present its new products on Wednesday (10). The South Korean brand is expected to unveil galaxy z flip 4 and Galaxy Z Fold 4 folding phones, as well as the Galaxy Watch 5 with Wear OS, during the Galaxy Unpacked. Check out all bets and details about the manufacturer’s next event below.
The Galaxy Z Flip 4 tends to be one of the top debuts. Already homologated in Brazil, the phone can keep the flip format of the previous generation, including the external screen to view notifications, control the playback of songs and the like. The 12 megapixel dual camera module should also remain at launch.
The fact sheet will be advanced. The phone is expected to hit stores with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen or Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 processor, 8 GB of RAM and up to 512 GB of storage. The battery can be 3,700 mAh with recharge of up to 25 watts, as reported by MySmartPrice – larger than the Galaxy Z Flip 3.
The phone should still reach consumers with Android 12 factory. As revealed by Tecnoblog, Anatel’s documentation still suggests that the phone will be sold with the charger in the box.
The successor to the Galaxy Z Fold 3 is another bet for the conference. The release also tends to maintain the same book aspect as the latest models, with the 6.2-inch external screen and the internal (flexible) 7.6-inch screen. In addition, the smartphone will possibly continue with triple camera.
Pricebaba points out that the Galaxy Z Fold 4 will have state-of-the-art specs. This is the case of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 or Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 processor. The battery, as revealed by Anatel’s approval documents discovered by Tecnoblog, will have a nominal capacity of 4,275 mAh.
The document of the Brazilian agency also talks about the presence of the 25-watt EP-TA800B charger in the mobile phone case.
Samsung can guarantee some changes in the next generation of your smart watch. As revealed in a company app, the releases will be called Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 5 Pro. In other words: the “Classic” nomenclature will not be used by the South Korean brand in 2022.
The pair went public before the time in July. According to Evan Blass in partnership with 91Mobiles, Samsung should not bring significant changes to its future watches. However, the Pro variant, which will replace the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, will possibly hit stores without the rotating crown.