Oops, @ATT, you broke the embargo a bit with this @SamsungMobile #Flip4 ad on @TikTok… pic.twitter.com/DXz8y8y1kn10 August 2022
It seems that AT&T dropped an ad for the Galaxy Z Flip 4 a little early.
Visible on TikTok Shared on Twitter (opens in new tab)It tells us nothing we don’t know beyond the fact that AT&T will apparently offer a free Z Flip 4 with a Galaxy phone swap, which sounds like a pretty good deal to us.
It’s no secret that the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro is expected to launch today, but there’s nothing wrong with a small teaser image just before Unpacked to give you a glimpse of the new wireless earbuds. this is coming @TheGalox_ (opens in new tab) from Twitter.
Frankly, we liked the round design. And we wish AirPods Pro 2 it will have a similar appearance and cut the stems. We expect improved noise cancellation along with 24-bit audio support from the new Samsung buds, but more is unknown.
Here’s a mild Galaxy Z Fold 4 spoiler alert. According to this tweet @sondesix (opens in new tab), Samsung’s new foldable flagship will come in Beige, Phantom Black and Graygreen colors. And you will have three storage options: 256GB, 512GB and 1TB.
The Galaxy Z Fold 3 has maxed out at 512GB, so it’s good to know that power users can get that much storage. However, you should be prepared to pay a high premium for this maximum amount.
#SamsungPre-order details for the unpackaged Indonesian market 🇮🇩Delivery from September 1 Galaxy Z Fold4:• 1-year Samsung Care+ (2 years for pre-registered)• 1.5 million IDR e-Receipt• Available in Beige, Phantom Black , and Graygreen• Storage options: 256GB, 512GB and 1TB pic.twitter.com/261H128Wch8 August 2022
We’re approaching the unpacked start time, which means it’s time for some last-minute leaks. This is from slashleaks (opens in new tab)and it shows two mock units of the Galaxy Z Flip 4. One is graphite, the other is rose gold.
In addition, Samsung has already said that there will be over 70 color combinations for the Galaxy Z Flip 4 as part of its Bespoke program. So you will definitely be able to stand out in a crowd.
The other device we’re sure we’ll see today is, Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro 2. How confident are you? Well, leaked Evan Blass shared what he claims are images of the new ‘buds.and they sure look real – so we can say we’re pretty sure of that too.
We haven’t seen as many leaks in the Buds Pro 2 as in Samsung’s phones or wearables, but we do expect them to feature Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), slightly longer battery life, and 24-bit audio support. We also think there will be three colors shown above by Mr. Blass.
The Galaxy Watch 5 Pro is rumored to be the most exciting of the new models. We’ve seen quite a few leaks about it, the biggest (and newest) Being one of the German WinFuture siteIt claims to come in 45mm in size with a super durable build thanks to a large 450 x 450 1.36 inch AMOLED display and a sapphire glass and titanium case on the front.
It is also expected to pack a powerful 590mAh battery that will provide up to 80 hours of runtime on a single charge. Wow!
So far, we’ve focused on two of Samsung’s rumored new foldables – but we’re also expecting non-mobile devices to launch today at Unpacked. well Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 range and Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro 2.
Let’s start with 5 o’clock. Last year’s Galaxy Watch 4 best android smartwatchbut with Google Pixel Watch From October onwards, the new model will have to get even better to stay one step ahead of the competition.
More precisely, new models It will have to get even better, as we expect three of these to be released today in the form of the Standard version, the Classic and a new ‘Pro’ variant.
Samsung has made a big deal about cameras over the past year or two, so we expect this to continue with the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4. The Fold needs better camera hardware to justify its possible higher price tag and the Flip. it needs some work on software and night photography.
Fortunately, Samsung has come a long way recently. We don’t expect the Galaxy Z Fold 4 or Galaxy Z Flip 4 to make it to our list. best camera phonesbut the Korean phone maker may surprise us this year.
Then there’s the Galaxy Z Flip 4, which has a lot of room to grow. First and foremost on our mind is (again) battery life. In Tom’s Manual battery life test, Galaxy Z Flip 3 He couldn’t even complete 6 hours, he entered 5 hours and 43 minutes. This is pretty sad.
Expect a bigger battery and more power efficiency this year Snapdragon 8 Plus 1st Gen. Combined, both of these will hopefully make for a longer-lasting Galaxy Z Flip 4.
Where does the Galaxy Z Fold 4 need to improve? Galaxy Z Fold 3? The first thing that comes to mind is battery life. ours custom battery life test, Galaxy Z Fold 3 The barrel managed 7 hours 52 seconds. The average time for smartphones is 10 hours.
Durability remains a concern for foldables, so we’re hoping the Galaxy Z Fold 4 will be more durable this time around. We’d also like to see upgraded camera hardware; It would be nice if the Galaxy Z Fold 4 was at least on a similar level to this. Galaxy S22 Ultra.
How about the Galaxy Z Flip 4? There’s a leak for that too. Highlights include the 6.7-inch foldable Dynamic AMOLED display with a resolution of 2640 x 1080 and a density of 425 pixels per inch and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. These are the same features as the Galaxy Z Flip 3, but according to the images, the bezels around the screen may be slightly thinner.
The external display is expected to come once again as 1.9 inches with a resolution of 512 x 260. For durability, Gorilla Glass Victus Plus will apparently be used on the cover panel. The Galaxy Z Flip 4 battery is set to be a 3,700 mAh cell (from 3,300 mAh in the Flip 3).
So what do we know about the Galaxy Z Fold 4? Quite a lot thanks to so many last minute leaks. We expect the foldable to use a Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 processor (say five times faster) and we’ve heard of a new 50MP main camera. However leaked Amazon listing gave us some measurements of 155.1 x 67.1 x 15.8 mm (or 6.1 x 2.64 x 0.62 inches) when folded (130.1 mm or 5.1 inches wide when unfolded).
The front screen for the Galaxy Z Fold 4 is listed as 6.2 inches, the same as last year, but the aspect ratio is 23.1:9 (slightly wider than the Z Fold 3) and the main 7.6-inch screen is 21.6. :18. Both panels are reported to have a 120Hz refresh rate.
Good morning and welcome to Tom’s Guide’s Samsung Galaxy Unpacked live blog. As the event approaches, we’ll be putting together all the last-minute leaks and rumors about the anticipated devices, and of course, we’ll bring you all the news when it launches.
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