Samsung may have been the pioneer of foldable phones, but unlike many of its competitors’ offerings, the bendable handsets still have a fold and if a new leaked image has anything to offer, the The main screen of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 also has creases.
Samsung’s foldable handsets have come a long way and each In the report, the company expects sales to more than double this year to 15 million units. For $1,800 the Galaxy Z Fold 3 is about $200 cheaper than the OG Fold. It is also lighter, more durable and has an IPX8 water resistance rating. The third-generation Fold also has smoother screens, supports the S Pen stylus and has a camera sensor below the screen.
The main screen still has a pretty prominent crease, but that’s not as bad as it sounds, as most reviewers say it doesn’t bother them. The crease apparently exists because of the way the hinge is designed, which explains why phones from Chinese companies with waterdrop hinges don’t have the same problem.
Galaxy Z Fold 3 vs Fold 4 fold
The Galaxy Z Fold 4 is also expected to have a fold, but we’ve heard rumors that it will less visible, 20 percent shallower to be exact.
Well-known leaker Ice Universe
today posted side-by-side images – taken at the same angle – to show us how the fold of the Fold 4 compares to that of Fold 3. The fold is indeed less obvious and it seems to be a bigger improvement than we expected.
Galaxy Z Fold 4 Specifications
The Galaxy Z Fold 4 is expected to be a respectable upgrade over the Fold 3. While it will likely feature the same overall design, the screens will be wider for better usability and the phone will come equipped with much better camera sensors that should. perform results comparable to high-end phones like the Galaxy S22.
This should greatly increase the chances of breaking out of the niche market as foldable phones are not known for great cameras despite their high prices. So it’s safe to assume that the Fold 4 is one of the best phones of the year.
The Fold 4 will presumably be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 and will pack a 4,400mAh battery.
Samsung is rumored to be announcing the phone on August 10 at the Unpacked event. It will share the spotlight with the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Galaxy Watch 5 range.