Over the course of three generations, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip series has achieved significant advancements. A bit sluggish, the second edition of the Galaxy Z Flip was fixed by Samsung, which then added more enhancements and a big 31% price decrease for the Galaxy Z Flip 3.
Battery life has been a common gripe with all three iterations. So far, each phone has had two batteries with a total capacity of 3,300 mAh (one in each half). Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip 4 is expected to provide a small but welcome gain in battery life, according to Galaxy Club.
The EB-BF721ABY and EB-BF722ABY model numbers have been leaked for the forthcoming Galaxy Z Flip 4, according to the site. First of them has a capacity of 100mAh more than its predecessor, which means the phone should have a total capacity of 3,400mAh, according to Galaxy Club.
To be clear, a 3 percent improvement in battery capacity isn’t going to make much of a difference. It’s nothing to write home about, as 100mAh is just a third of the capacity of a typical smartwatch.
Stamina can be boosted in other ways as well, although increasing battery capacity alone won’t make much of a difference. I hope you’ve got a smartphone that can go longer between charges after making a few software adjustments and using the more efficient Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor.
In any case, this is a major concern with Samsung’s current entry-level foldable. Reviews Editor Jordan Palmer referred to the battery life of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 as “awful” and “very disappointing” in his review. Because our tests are based on continual use, it will last longer in the real world, but our list of phones with the greatest battery life still shames it.
We can’t suggest it for heavy users because of the sluggish 15W charging and the futuristic design and ingenious exterior screen that, among other things, serves as a camera viewfinder for better selfies. This year’s foldables are expected to have the 25W charging that was reserved for the Z Fold 3 in the autumn, which would make the Z Flip 4 a more appealing option.