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What colors does the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 come in?

What colors does the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 come in?

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 brings a lot of improvements over its predecessor and is hence considered to be Samsung’s most refined foldable phone yet. Its biggest upgrades this time around include a more durable design with different dimensions and a wider display. It looks a lot like the Galaxy Z Fold 3 from last year, but Samsung has made a ton of changes to improve the overall fit and finish of the device. And unlike the Galaxy Z Fold 3, the new foldable comes in four colors — Phantom Black, Graygreen, Beige, and a Samsung.com exclusive Burgundy.

All the colors for the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4

Samsung is offering the Galaxy Z Fold 4 in three different colors at launch. So if you’re planning on picking up this new foldable at launch, then you get to choose between Phantom Black, Graygreen, Beige, and Burgundy colorways. All these colors come with a color-matched frame and a hinge design to give it a uniform look. The Phantom Black variant is tried-and-tested and is hence the safest color of the three. It looks very similar to the Phantom Black Galaxy Z Fold 3 from last year. The Samsung.com exclusive Burgundy color is also something we’ve seen in the past. The Burgundy finish on the Galaxy Z Fold 4 is similar to the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s Burgundy color.

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New to the Galaxy Z Fold 4 series is the Beige colorway which adds more warmth to the palette with a golden touch. Lastly, there’s the Graygreen colorway, which happens to be the signature color for the Galaxy Z Fold 4. It’s a lot lighter than the Phantom Green finish we got for the Galaxy Z Fold 3 last year, so we’d say it’s quite different. In fact, it looks very different from anything we’ve seen from the brand in the past, so it’s truly a unique way to show off your new Galaxy Z Fold 4. You can check our review of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 to know more about our thoughts on the design and colors.

    Phantom Black

    The Phantom Black finish is here to stay as an official colorway for the Galaxy Z Fold 4. It represents a classic look which seems to be the go-to option for a lot of users.

    Beige

    Beige is the new color that's making a debut with the Galaxy Z Fold 4. It adds a touch of gold to the mix and brings a little bit of warmth to the color palette.

    Graygreen

    Graygreen is the signature color for the Galaxy Z Fold 4 that looks like nothing we've seen from the brand in the past. It has a lighter shade of green compared to the Phantom Green colorway we already have with the Galaxy Z Fold 3.
    This particular color is exclusive to Samsung.com and we think it looks similar to the Burgundy finish on the Galaxy S22 Ultra we saw earlier this year.

One of the most interesting things about the Galaxy Z Fold 4 is that you can also buy a matching S Pen stylus to go with your new foldable. The device itself doesn’t come with an S Pen cavity to hold the stylus, so you’ll have to rely on the cases to hold it for you instead. It’s a little surprising to see only three colors yet again for the Galaxy Z Fold 4, but at least two of them are completely new finishes that we haven’t seen within the series in the past. And unlike the Galaxy Z Flip 4, you don’t get a Bespoke Edition for the Galaxy Z Fold 4 that lets you customize the look with different color combinations.

Samsung’s new foldable devices are now up for grabs, so be sure to check out our Galaxy Z Fold 4 deals page to see if you can get a discount on your purchase. We’ve also rounded up some of the best Galaxy Z Fold 4 cases and the best Galaxy Z Fold 4 chargers for you to check out in case you’re looking to pick up some accessories. So which Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 color are you looking to pick up? Let us know by dropping a line in the comments below.

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Karthik Iyer
Karthik Iyer

Karthik covers PC hardware for XDA Computing. When not at work, you will find him yelling at his monitors while playing video games.

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