Samsung is raising expectations for the launch of its next-generation foldable smartphones, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4. The manufacturer reminds everyone that the debut is scheduled for August 10, while revealing that it has sold almost 10 million units of the last generation foldable mobiles.

The company does not mention concrete figures, only approximate figures in the text signed by Samsung’s MX Business head TM Roh. According to him, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 together have sold nearly 10 million devices. 70% of that number preferred the Galaxy Z Flip 3 to the Fold 3 – which is pretty interesting when we remember that the Fold was Samsung’s original foldable model and came later with the second generation of the Flip.

The idea of ​​the post is to try to convince its readers that we will reach the “mainstream” era of foldable smartphones, that they will no longer be a niche product. Meanwhile, the company is preparing for the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4:

“I can’t wait to show you the potential of our new foldable Samsung Galaxy as the ultimate tool for both productivity and personal expression. Now you can do more on a single device than you ever thought possible.” – Roh declared.

open reservations

While the launch event for the new foldables only takes place on August 10, Samsung is already preparing for the launch of the devices. According to the profile on Twitter Ice Universe, the company is already releasing smartphone reservations in some places.

Aimed at fans of the brand, the reservation system offers a credit guarantee of up to $200 for the purchase of Samsung products in the United States. While the innovation is not available in Brazil, the page for the US market can be accessed here.

Image: Samsung Galaxy A52

Source: Tec Mundo

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