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Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4: stolen photos reveal everything about the two foldable smartphones

While the presentation event for the next Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4 will take place in a few days, stolen photos of the two smartphones have already been published on the web.

Credit: @noh_tech

Only a few days before Samsung’s Unpacked conference on August 10, we already know almost everything about Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Galaxy Z Fold 4. In addition to the official images, technical characteristics or even the prices of the two models, new stolen photos come to give us an overview of smartphones from every angle.

French Twitter user @noh_tech posted images of the two devices ahead of time, which were presumably captured at a press-only event held in London a few days ago. As a reminder, this is not the first time we can see the Galaxy Z Flip 4since other stolen photos had already been published as early as June.

Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Galaxy Z Fold 4 feature a more advanced foldable display

According to @noh_tech, the folding of the screens of the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Galaxy Z Fold 4 would be less visible than beforewhich corroborates previous reports which claimed that Samsung had indeed reduced the depth of the fold, without eliminating it entirely.

Galaxy Z Fold Flip 4. (2)
Credit: @noh_tech

In the images, we can see the two Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Z Fold 4 in their “Navy” color. Samsung will obviously offer more colors on its two devices, and even more than 70 different color combinations on the most affordable device thanks to its Bespoke Editon version. As a reminder, this edition allows you to change the color of the glass on both parts of the back of the smartphone. You can opt for a plain back, or for a different color on each part.

Samsung was quick to get the photos taken down from Twitter by filing a copyright petition (DMCA). The images were therefore removed from @noh_tech’s Twitter account, but still continue to be shared on the web. There are still a few days to wait before we can officially discover the smartphones next Wednesday.

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