The Plus versions of Qualcomm’s premium chips are usually only slightly faster than the standard variants, but this year the difference could be greater. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 is based on Samsung’s 4nm process and this is apparently the cause of the chip’s overheating problems, although some reports indicate that Arm is to blame.
While the Z Fold 4 is expected to have the same 4,400 mAh battery capacity as the Fold 3, the Flip 4 is expected to have slightly more capacity than its predecessor. A more energy-efficient chip could theoretically extend battery life even more.
As for the other specs, the clamshell Z Flip 4 is rumored to be a larger 2-inch cover display and the Fold 4 will likely come with better camera sensors. Both phones are expected to offer improved durability and may also feature the faster UFS 4.0 storage standard that Samsung announced a few days ago.
rumor has it that the Fold 4 will be available in beige, black and gray while the Flip 4 will be available in gold, gray, light blue and light violet.
The Fold 3 has a starting price of $1,799, which makes it quite a bit more expensive than other flagship phones out there, and the Flip 3 starts at a more palatable $999. Luckily for potential buyers, Samsung’s upcoming bendable phones will. to do. apparently cheaper than the current generation.