The two new foldables will look quite similar to their predecessors, and leaks suggest that the Fold 4 will be shorter than previous versions in order for a wider front display. However, rumors of an S-Pen slot being included into the chassis, however, were incorrect.
The decrease, which, according to some, is more noticeable in the Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4, although it's not the same as the previous ones.
Both handsets are expected to feature Qualcomm's latest and greatest mobile SoC, including the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, which includes a host of upgrades you can get here.
Elsewhere, the Fold 4 is expected to feature a 50MP camera, as well as the Fold 3's 12MP shooter. As for the Flip 4, the battery is up to 3,700 mAh, and it also includes 25W wired charging.
Official 3D turntable renderings of the Samsung Galaxy Watch5 and Watch5 Pro: https://t.co/a3h98hpzme
It's not just foldable phones Samsung will be unveiling at the event. The Galaxy Watch 5 Pro will also be on display. The smartwatch is said to break the familiar rotating bezel and boast excellent battery life and charging speed.
Samsung will include the Galaxy Buds Pro 2 with improved battery life, according to sources. There are also concerns that the devices will support 24-bit audio.
Given that many people are avoiding expensive luxury purchases in the current slow economy, it'll be interesting to see how Samsung prices its new foldables. Remind yourself to come back in a few hours and watch the livestream to discover out whether the 'Z' feature of the names is due to the Russian association, as previously described.