Despite a relatively short lifespan, Samsung’s new Flip is a winner. It’s a streamlined, collaborative digital whiteboard that lets teams work faster and more effectively. It’s a competitively priced device that’s sure to find a niche in the market. And its design and specs are all vital aspects of its success.
Unlike other foldables, the Samsung Flip doesn’t fold into a tablet. It opens and closes like a conventional flip phone. And it still feels like a rigid, sturdy device. It’s also eye-catching. It has a 55-inch screen that looks natural in a meeting room.
But it’s also a fingerprint magnet. The Samsung Z Flip hinge feels sturdy, too. It’s also the same design as the Galaxy Fold’s hinge. It has a two-tone finish, which partially masks the display on the outer cover. Similarly, the camera lenses protrude from the body more than on the previous Flips.
As with the Flip 3, the Galaxy Z Flip 4 also includes an improved camera. It’s still not the best out there, but it’s improved considerably. The main cameras have an upgraded resolution, and the mic quality is improved as well. It also has two 12MP rear cameras. It’s also equipped with a 10MP selfie camera.
It’s also got a more powerful processor. The Samsung Z Flip 4 is powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1. That’s a year and a half upgrade over the Snapdragon 888 in the Flip 3. In the “Natural” profile, the Flip 4 generates a 1.13 Delta E colour variance score. That’s better than the 1.07 score on the Flip 3, but still behind the best 8+ Gen 1 phones.
The Flip 4 also offers a second display, which now includes AR emoji characters and pre-set responses. The secondary display also has customisability options, including colour schemes. It can also display text-to-speech. It also has new features like full previews of videos.
The Samsung Flip is also designed for creative thinking and collaborative work. It’s a good fit for small/medium-sized businesses, but its use cases may vary depending on where you buy it. It’s likely to be targeted at IT departments and other teams that work together on a regular basis. It can help teams work better and faster, which is essential for a busy company.
Samsung also improved the battery life of the Flip 4. The battery is now divided into two sections: one to charge the phone and one to provide power when the Flip is closed. It also has a new battery indicator. The hinge is now smaller, which means the display crease is less apparent.
The Samsung Flip has a long track record of support. It’s also received a lot of positive feedback from its home base in South Korea. It sold out on its first day in several key markets. It’s also one of the most popular foldable phones on the market. It’s still out of stock on Samsung’s website.
The Samsung Flip’s design and specs make it an eye-catching device. It’s got a large display that’s a good fit for meetings, as well as smart casting and casting features. It’s also competitively priced, which makes it a good option for businesses looking for a foldable device.