Right now, the max storage options available for the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Flip 3 are at 512GB and 256GB respectively. For most users, this might be enough, especially with cloud storage being relatively affordable and convenient, so unless you have a lot of huge apps and videos stored on your phone, you could more than get by with those amounts.
Of course, for some users this might not be enough, and the fact that neither of these phones support microSD cards makes it a bit tricky. The good news is that according to a post on Reddit, listings for the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4 have been spotted on a Korean website called Handphone where their max storage sizes have been revealed at 1TB and 512GB respectively.
For those unfamiliar, the website is run by the Korea Association for ICT Promotion and is typically meant to help manage information about lost phones in the country, but there is apparently a hidden search function that lets users look up phones that have yet to be released. This is how the listings for the Fold 4 and Flip 4 were discovered.
Now, we had previously heard the rumors that the Fold 4 could indeed come with 1TB of storage, and if this listing is accurate, those rumors are right on the money. It shouldn’t be too surprising seeing that the Galaxy S22 Ultra launched with 1TB of storage.
There is no mention of pricing, but as with most smartphone storage upgrades, we can’t imagine that it will be cheap.