The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 leak hints at a fun new design change

While the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 only came in three pretty business-like color options, it sounds like the Galaxy Z Fold 4 could branch out and get some more interesting hues.

This comes from a prolific leaker Evan Blas (opens in new tab), who tweeted a list of storage and color options for the upcoming foldable phone. Blass is one of the most reliable leakers working right now, but as with all pre-release smartphone information, you should take this with a pinch of salt.

According to Blass, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 will come in four different colors – black, grey/green, beige and burgundy – for comparison the Fold 3 had black, green and silver.

So beige and burgundy are totally new for the Z Fold 4, and it’s likely that the grey/green option will differ from the green or silver Z Fold 3 models – and all of these new additions sound like funnier, more vibrant hues than on the previous phone.

Sure, you don’t get super-bright tones like the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE, or even the Galaxy S22’s wide pastel palette, but it’s still something.

Storage sizes have also been leaked

Blass’ information also includes storage size information for the four phone colors, although it’s not exactly groundbreaking. Apparently there will be 128GB, 256GB and 512GB versions for all.

That said, with the exception of Burgundy apparently, which the smaller 128GB version is meant to miss out on.

There’s no mention of a 1TB model, although leaks suggest one might come along, but that’s understandable as this was preliminary information.

However, there’s also no mention of Special Edition models such as a Thom Browne or Bespoke Edition version of the device, although we’d expect them – this could suggest that Blass’ information reflects launch configurations only, with more to come on sale below on the line.

We’ll have to wait to find out. The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 is expected to launch alongside the Z Flip 4 sometime in August 2022, so we don’t have to wait much longer. Hopefully we can update our list of the best foldable phones soon.

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