Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4: Upcoming foldable may not launch with Burgundy Red or 1 TB storage options in some markets
It has only been a few days since Evan Blass and 91mobiles revealed official Galaxy Z Fold4 renders that highlighted the device's launch colours. However, the Samsung Care+ portal has confirmed what these colours will be marketed as, plus their accompanying storage options. For reference, Samsung will not offer Bespoke Edition versions of the Galaxy Z Fold4, with the company reserving that programme for the Galaxy Z Flip4 instead.
Ultimately, Samsung will sell the Galaxy Z Flip4 amount of colour options as the Galaxy Z Flip3. Samsung is replacing two colour options from the outgoing model, though. As the screenshot below shows, only Phantom Black remains from the Galaxy Z Fold3, which remains available in Phantom Green and Phantom Silver. In their place arrive Beige and GreyGreen, the latter of which has a blue tint to it in our view. Presumably, at least the latter is not a final name, although it remains to be seen whether Samsung will re-use its 'Phantom' moniker again this year.
Incidentally, there is no mention of the Burgundy Red colourway that Evan Blass outlined last month. Also, Samsung's insurance portal only mentions 256 GB and 512 GB models, not rumoured 128 GB or 1 TB SKUs. Potentially, Samsung could be planning on releasing these storage options outside the UK, which would not be unheard of. The Galaxy Z Fold4 will launch on August 10 alongside the Galaxy Watch5 series, Galaxy Buds2 Pro and the Galaxy Z Flip4.