The Dutch version of Amazon has put the Galaxy Z Fold 4 page online. Enough to discover a little more about its characteristics.
While Samsung’s next smartphones have already been the subject of numerous leaks, it’s now Amazon’s turn to reveal several details in advance about the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4.
The Dutch version of the site has indeed published, a few days before its formalization, the product page of the next folding smartphone from Samsung. The opportunity to rediscover the smartphone with the bookish folding system in new visuals, but also to discover some of its technical characteristics.
Indeed, if the page put online by the Dutch version of Amazon does not display the price of the smartphone and only seems to concern the 512 GB version of the device, we can still discover certain characteristics about the two. screens, interior and exterior, as well as the dimensions of the smartphone.
A smartphone with two 120 Hz screens
According to the marketing images put forward by Amazon Netherlands, we would therefore be entitled to two screens:
- 7.6-inch folding interior display with 21.6:18 ratio, Dynamic Amoled 2X, 120Hz adaptive refresh rate
- 6.2-inch 23.1:9 aspect ratio outdoor display, Dynamic Amoled 2X, 120Hz adaptive refresh rate
In addition, the smartphone would display dimensions, when folded, of 155.1 x 67.1 x 15.8 mm. Unfolded, however, the width would increase to 130.1 mm, for a total weight of 263 grams.
The other visuals put online make it possible to highlight not only the management of multitasking, simplified on the large format of the screen – as was already the case on the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 – but also the use of the S-Pen stylus. The Galaxy Z Flip 4 should indeed be compatible, but would require a case to be able to store it safely.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 should be presented on Wednesday, August 10. The smartphone is expected alongside the Galaxy Z Flip 4, but also the Galaxy Watch 5 and Watch 5 Pro as well as the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro headphones.
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