Galaxy Z Flip
Galaxy Z Flip

Like last year’s Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3, the Galaxy Z Flip 4 is the best at what it’s meant to be: a foldable flip phone and a lifestyle device. It’s a great phone to carry around, and it’s just plain fun to use. It will take you back to a simpler time, but it will still work in the modern world.

Even so, it’s not the best smartphone you can get for the price. In the last 15 years, traditional devices have become better, and if you spend the same amount of money, a traditional smartphone will still have a better camera and perform better.

That’s how it is, and that’s how it will be for a while.

Ultimately, if you’re thinking about buying the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4, you have to decide if you want the form factor.

This should be the main reason for your choice. It will fit better in small pockets or handbags, so if that’s useful for you, this could be the right device for you.

If you just like how it looks, you should think about how it will help you.

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 does what it does best, which is flipping in half. Samsung has almost no real competition in the U.S. foldable phone market, which is exciting.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 is now available and starts at $999

As usual, there are a lot of deals, and trade-ins can bring the price down a lot.

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 is the same price as the Galaxy Z Flip 3. At first, it costs $999. As you might expect, you can get it from all the big stores and carriers, like and Best Buy, and AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon.

It’s already on the market and comes in Bora Purple, Graphite, Pink Gold, and Blue.

There’s also a Bespoke Edition that lets you choose a frame and colours for the panels. It comes in three different versions, all of which have 8GB of RAM and either 128GB, 256GB, or 512GB of storage space.

Even though the starting price for a foldable is already low, that’s not even the best you can do. Samsung is always offering great deals on devices like the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4, and your local carrier is sure to have some as well.

You have to want a flip phone.

It comes in blue, Bora Purple, Graphite, and Pink Gold.

Even though it’s a bit thick, it fits nicely in small pockets.

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 is almost like a smartwatch to me, at least in terms of whether or not someone should buy it. Basically, you should know if you want it or not before you turn it on.

Like a smartwatch, the Z Flip 4 is a personal device and a way of life. You have to want this, because if you don’t, you’ll be spending a lot of money on something you don’t need.

Samsung makes two different kinds of foldables. The Galaxy Z Fold series is all about phones that are about the same size but can be opened up to be bigger. The Galaxy Z Fold 4 is the latest phone in the series.

The Galaxy Z Flip series is all about having a phone that is about the same size but can be folded into something smaller, and the Galaxy Z Flip 4 will be in charge of this line for the next year.

Yes, the Z Flip 4 is a modern version of a flip phone, which means it takes up less space.

It fits better in pockets and handbags that aren’t as big. It’s also hip and fashionable. Samsung sent me a model called Bora Purple. It has purple panels on both sides and a metal frame and hinge.

From the front, you can also see the Cover Screen, which is a small screen that lets you do some things without opening the device.

Not everyone will like this form factor.

Galaxy Z Flip 4

If you’ve ever been eating a hot dog with one hand and scrolling through Instagram on your phone with the other, you might find the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 difficult to use. Most of the time, you’ll need two hands to open it, or you might drop it.

This is on purpose. Even at the launch party, Samsung said that when you’re with a group of friends and close your Galaxy Z Flip 4, it shows them that you’re there and not distracted. And you have to decide to open it if you want to.

The experience is very different from what we’re used to with slate phones. Here, using the phone is a conscious and deliberate act, which might also appeal to people who are trying to cut down on how much they use their phones.

On the bottom, there is only one USB Type-C port and two buttons: a power button and a volume rocker. I find it hard to get to the point where I know where all the buttons are just by feeling them.

Since they are both on the top half of the device, their order depends on whether you have the device folded or unfolded.

In the end, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 does its job best.

Motorola has made a few Razr phones, and the most recent one was just released in China. Even though the Lenovo-owned company is proud of its old flip phone, it can’t compare to the Galaxy Z Flip series.

Samsung makes the best product and sells it at the best price. The internal screen is 6.7 inches and has a 120Hz refresh rate and FHD+ resolution. As you might expect from Samsung, the screen is beautiful, but there is a crease in it.

I also want to make it clear that I don’t care about the crease, and I think you probably won’t either. It doesn’t get in the way of anything and isn’t even an annoyance. In short, yes there is a crease, and no it doesn’t matter.

The Cover Screen: It’s too limited, but there are choices.

You can use the camera, get to widgets, and switch quick settings from the Cover Screen.

Cover Screen OS gives you a lot more freedom.

There are a lot of things you can do with the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 without having to open it. On the main Cover Screen, you can see the time, date, and percentage of battery life. Of course, you can add your own pictures to it.

There’s also an option for an always-on display, which is turned off by default. Since the Galaxy Z Flip 4 requires you to open it to use it, turning on the always-on display was necessary to see the time without taking any extra steps.

Widgets appear when you swipe in from the right, and notifications appear when you swipe in from the left. You can get to quick settings by swiping down from the top.

All of this is not very much. There are many widgets to choose from, like media controls and a calendar, but you can’t change the quick settings. In fact, not being able to change quick settings was a big problem for me.

If I could only have one thing, I’d want to be able to quickly set my phone to “do not disturb” when I go to bed, but that’s not possible.

Cover Screen.

But then I found out that the Galaxy Z Flip 4 had Cover Screen OS. I don’t usually rave about third-party tools in reviews, but this one solved all of my problems. It not only gave me the customizable quick settings I wanted, but it also lets you run pretty much any app on the coverscreen.

There are a lot of apps in the app drawer, and if the app can adjust to the small screen, it will run.


Accessing the camera is the other important thing you can do from the Cover Screen. Using the device’s main camera will let you take some of the best selfies you can. By doing this, you can also use the ultra-wide sensor to take selfies.

I had a few problems with this, like a bug that made it way too easy to take a selfie with the camera upside down.

If you launch the camera with the sensors facing up, the picture will be the wrong way up. On the other hand, the orientation is fine if you launch it with the sensors on the bottom and then turn it over.

With the Cover Screen camera, you can take the best selfies.

When the Cover Screen is horizontal, you get a photo or video that is in the opposite direction. And when the Cover Screen is horizontal, you get a picture or video that is vertical. Even though it’s jarring, it’s a great way to keep yourself in the middle of your horizontal media.

One of my favourite things about the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 is the Cover Screen camera. It’s a cool way to take a picture, and the selfies you get are some of the best you can get.

If you have a good ultra-wide lens, you can also take great photos of groups. When you pull this out of your pocket and use it to take a picture of 10 people together, you’ll be the coolest person at the party.

CAMERA: It’s good, but there are no extras.

There are two 12MP sensors, and the main camera has been made better to work better in low light.

The same 10MP sensor is in the front camera.

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4’s camera is good…

but it also depends on your idea of what is good. There’s one important thing I want to say right away

. Any regular slate phone that costs about the same has a better camera. So, this phone is a lifestyle phone. It definitely gives up some things to fit the form factor.

There are two 12MP sensors (ultra-wide f/1.8 and f/2.2) but no telephoto lens.

If you know how to take pictures with a smartphone, you probably know what this thing can do. You’d be right, because nothing here is a surprise. The two lenses are good, and the main sensor has bigger pixels than its predecessor, which means it works better in low light.

Again, though, it’s mostly just for taking pictures. As soon as you start pinching to zoom, you’ll lose quality quickly.

There’s no telephoto lens, and the main sensor doesn’t have a high enough resolution for a good digital zoom to be happening.

If you’re used to using a $1,000 phone like an iPhone 13 Pro or a Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus, you’re already used to a little bit of lossless zoom. I had to get used to this during my time with the Galaxy Z Flip 4.


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