There have been several Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 leaks, particularly in the recent weeks leading up to the Unpacked presentation on August 10, but it’s always good to discover genuine material that seems to be from Samsung. This is why the Galaxy Z Fold4 is accidentally listed on Amazon, allegedly by accident.
Samsung’s top foldable phone appears to have been “unpacked” prematurely by Amazon Netherlands, which revealed certain renderings and display information. The outside display has a punch-hole cutout in the middle for the selfie camera and measures 6.2″ diagonally. It has a refresh rate of 120Hz. The inward folding display measures 7.6 inches diagonal and ticks at 120 cycles per second.
With bigger aspect ratios, both screens are identical to those from the previous year. The folded one is 21.6:18, while the outer one is 23.1:9. When folded, the thickness increases to 15.8mm, which is a little improvement over the model from the previous year.
Unfortunately, no pricing information has yet been provided because the listing just has a 512GB storage option.