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Just hours since Samsung announced its Galaxy Unpacked event later this year on August 10, we now have our first look at official press renders belonging to the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4, which are clearly going to be the hottest foldable devices of the year.

These renders, courtesy of 91mobiles, show the Galaxy Z Fold 4 in three colors, including phantom black, beige and gray-green. While the renders only show the device’s home screen, a closer look confirms that the upcoming foldable device will have a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, as well as a volume rocker on the right edge, with the SIM card slot on the left.

Zooming in a bit reveals two sensors, and while one of them is an in-display camera, we’re not sure what the other one does for the phone.

On the Galaxy Z Flip 4, we also see the device in four colors: gray, purple, gold and light blue. As we saw with the Galaxy Z Fold 4, the renders of the Z Flip 4 also focus on the foldable internal display.

The Galaxy Z Flip 4 appears to have a side-mounted fingerprint scanning device and a volume rocker on the right side. The phone also has a USB Type-C at the bottom and a perforated cutout at the top center.

For now, Blass hasn’t shared any other renders of the Fold 4 or the Galaxy Z Flip 4, but they mentioned that there will be more renders in the future showing the device from different angles, as well as the Thom Browne edition and the Bespoke colorway.

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