Pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4 may arrive early once the shipment process gets going.

Only two days have passed since Samsung formally revealed the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4, with an August 26 release date. The Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4 pre-orders, on the other hand, are already moving toward shipping, suggesting an early arrival.

Pre-orders that were placed early and avoided Samsung’s website difficulties on launch day are already shipping. Pre-order cancellation through Samsung’s own website has been made impossible in recent hours, and shipments have already started to show up through FedEx Delivery Manager.

Our Galaxy Z Fold 4 pre-orders is viewed as being prepared for FedEx shipping by both Max Weinbach and I. Even better, the anticipated delivery date is August 23, which is three full days earlier than Samsung’s scheduled release. It’s unclear whether pre-orders for the Flip 4 are shipping at the same rate. If you’ve already received your Galaxy Z Flip 4 order, please let us know in the comments section!

Samsung has secured cancellations for those products as well, so if you pre-ordered a Galaxy Watch 5, it appears to be shipping earlier as well.

New Samsung cellphones frequently arrive early, especially when ordered through Samsung.com . This is by no means unusual. However, it appears that Samsung is moving particularly quickly to fill pre-orders for the Fold 4 and Flip 4.

Notably, the Galaxy Z Flip 4 Bespoke Edition appears to be out of stock—at least in some color combinations. But because the four primary colors go out to clients first, that variety won’t ship very rapidly.

The battery life, camera quality, and general fit and finish have all been improved with the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4, which are both slight advancements over their predecessors. Check out the remainder of our coverage below and our hands-on with both devices here. Samsung is still rated offering pre-order bonuses on both devices and offers free memory upgrades, trade-ins up to $1,000, and more.

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