A Quick Look Into Samsung’s ExpecteGalaxy Z Fold 4 Smartphone Has Arrived

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A few months ago,  speculations about Samsung’s Z Fold 4 were starting to emerge more regularly, and there was not a lot that that was known. If the Galaxy Z Fold 4 is to follow in the footsteps of the Galaxy Z Fold 3, it might have some big shoes to fill.

The Galaxy Z Fold 4, Samsung’s  was rumored 2022 flagship foldable, looks almost identical to its predecessor, the Z Fold 3, in terms of general appearance, according to reports. It has a 6.2-inch cover display and a 7.6-inch folding inner display but comes with a revised back camera setup inspired by this year’s Galaxy S22 Ultra. These details have been provided by SmartPrix, citing information from Onleaks.

An under-display selfie camera will apparently return to this inner display. This year’s version is said to have improved performance since last year’s. There are three rear cameras in the same location as last year’s version, but SmartPrix does not specify their specifications. Korean publication Elec earlier stated that a built-in slot for the S-Pen stylus would be included in this year’s foldable. The Z Fold 3 supported the S-Pen, however, buyers had to purchase a phone case to keep it as there was no built-in slot for it.

 


According to the Elec report, the screen proportions of the Z Fold 4 will be somewhat different from last year, with an inside screen that is a fraction of an inch larger and an outside display that is a fraction of an inch smaller. A rumor from Korean leaker yeux1122 on Korean site Naver and one from Ross Young, the phone would be cheaper. The Z Fold 3 at present costs about $1,799.
As the last two generations of Galaxy Z Fold hit the market in late summer/early fall, the Z Fold 4 is anticipated to have a similar launch scheduled for the end of August or early September of 2022.

 

 

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