In August of this year, Samsung announced its next-generation flexible display smartphones, Galaxy Z Fold4 and Galaxy Z Flip4. According to online sources The South Korean giant is looking at a two-fold increase in demand for these phones over the current Galaxy Z Fold3 (in the first image) as well as Galaxy Z Flip3 (in the second image). Galaxy Z Flip3 (in the second image).
It’s believed that the company has sold just under 7 millions Galaxy Z Fold3 and Galaxy Z Flip3 smartphones in the past year. However it is in an upper position in the market of devices that have a flexible display.
For the forthcoming Galaxy Z Fold4 and Galaxy Z Flip4, the sales total will be 15 million units by 2023. The demand in comparison to the present generation will increase by at least a third in the event that the forecast is accurate. However Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip4 is going to take over it’s predecessor, the Galaxy Z Fold4 by a ratio of 2,6.
According to reports that according to rumors, the Galaxy Z Fold4 will receive an LCD with a resolution of 7.56 millimeters and an external display with an area at 6.2 inches, a new camera system, and a flash drive that can hold capacity up to 1TB.
Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip4 models in the clamshell design are well-known for their screen size, which is the 6.7inch main screen as well as an 2.1-inch external screen as well as an Snapdragon 8+ Generation 1 processor, and an 512GB capacity storage capacity.