Galaxy Z Flip 4 leaked prices in Europe may disappoint fans


  • The Galaxy Z Flip 4 might surprise fans with a slight price hike.
  • The 128GB Galaxy Z Flip 4 is rumored to cost around $1,100.
  • A new 512GB storage option for the Galaxy Z Flip 4 is mentioned.

Everything gets more expensive

Samsung should now launch the Galaxy Z Flip 4 with a higher price in Europe according to frequent leaks Sudhanshu. Based on the numbers he shared, the foldable flip phone could sell for as low as $1,100 before taxes for the base 128GB model. That’s a bump of around $50 being given that the Galaxy Z Flip 3 5G launched for around $999 last year.

As for other variants, the 256GB model could be priced at $1,200, the new 512GB storage option would cost $1,350. According to the leak, the 256GB storage option would see a bigger price increase as it would cost around $100 more than last year’s model. The Galaxy Z Flip 3 only came in two storage options, so adding the 512GB would be a welcome addition.

The leaker did not mention whether there is a more expensive bespoke edition again. However, it’s safe to say that Samsung could eventually introduce a unique variant of the Galaxy Z Flip 4, as the brand has been busy tweaking most of its smart home devices, including some devices earlier this year.

Galaxy Z Flip 4 price in other regions

It is unknown if the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and upcoming Samsung devices will also experience a price hike in other regions or countries such as the United States. But given the recent inflation we’ve been dealing with, the South Korean giant might have reason to adjust the prices of its lineup accordingly.

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 will go official along with the Galaxy Z Fold 4, Galaxy Watch 5, and Galaxy Buds Pro 2 next month. Both smartphones are powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset with the Z Flip 4 expected to feature larger battery capacity, 25W fast charging and dual cameras.

Do you think the recent price increases of electronic devices such as smartphones are reasonable? Let us hear your thoughts on this.

Mary I. Bruner