Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 To Launch With More Colour Options

Not long after the release of the Galaxy Z Flip 3 in August of last year, Samsung unveiled the Bespoke Edition for buyers to customise the colour combination of the smartphone. The Bespoke Edition will also be offered to the upcoming Galaxy Z Flip 4 and is expected to include even more customisable colours as part of the Bespoke Edition, according to a report by SamMobile.

News about the colours was posted by prominent leakster, Jon Prosser on Twitter, who says that the awaited line-up will be available­ by default­ in four colours, which are, Graphite, Bora Purple, Pink Gold, and Blue. The newly added colours will comprise more than 49 colour combinations, though, Samsung has yet to confirm anything on the visual display of the available colours.

Upon its launch, the Bespoke Edition for the Flip 3 wasn’t locally available and was only accessible in countries such as Australia, Canada, France, Germany, South Korea, the UK, and the USA. Fortunately, the report states that the upcoming customisable series may well be available in leading markets across Europe and Asia, so, there’s still hope for locals who have their eye on the product.


In relation to the upcoming foldable phone, we know that Samsung is expected to launch both the Flip 4 and Fold 4 at an Unpacked event that will be held in either August or September. According to the leaks, the Flip 4 is expected to have a 12MP main and ultrawide sensors on the rear as well as a 10MP selfie camera, which are the same camera specs found in the Flip 3 model. The device will also have a larger 3700mAh battery, along with quicker 25W charging and be equipped with the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor.

As for the launch date, the Flip 4 is expected to be released near the end of August whereas the announcement and pre-orders will be held in early August 2022.

(Source: SamMobile, 9to5 Google)

Irfan Iskandar contributed to this article.

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