Samsung on Wednesday announced the new Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 series, the latest additions to its lineup of foldable smartphones.
The South Korean smartphone maker debuted the new products at its Unpacked event on Aug. 10. Samsung's late summer event has, historically, focused on folding devices, and this event was no different.
Samsung's Galaxy Fold 4 is the next iteration of the company's foldable flagships, though it's definitely an iterative one. It keeps largely the same design as its predecessor, but includes an upgraded Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus chipset.
Additionally, the Galaxy Fold also has a slimmer overall build with a redesigned hinge. It also packs an additional under-display camera on the outside to complement the camera when the device is unfolded.
Samsung also unveiled the Galaxy Flip 4, which also retains the same form factor as the previous generation. Like the Galaxy Fold 4, the Galaxy Flip 4 has a redesigned hinge and a thinner chassis, as well as a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus chip.
Additionally, Samsung also unveiled new Galaxy Watch models. The Galaxy Watch 5 packs the latest WearOS software and improvements to battery life.
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