Samsung may have been the pioneer in foldable phones, but unlike many offerings from the competition, its pliable phones still have a crease, and if a new leaked image says anything, it does The main display of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 will also have wrinkles.
Samsung foldable phones have come a long way report, the company expects sales to more than double to 15 million units this year. At $1,800 the The Galaxy Z Fold 3 is around $200 cheaper than the OG Fold. It’s also lighter, more durable and has an IPX8 rating for water resistance. The third-generation Fold also has smoother displays, supports the S Pen stylus, and has an under-display camera sensor.
The main display still has a fairly prominent crease, but that’s not as bad as it might sound as most reviewers say it doesn’t bother them. The crease is apparently due to the way the hinge was constructed, which explains why phones from Chinese companies that feature a waterdrop hinge don’t suffer from the same problem.
Galaxy Z Fold 3 vs Fold 4
The Galaxy Z Fold 4 is also expected to have a crease, but we’ve heard rumors that will be the case less visible, 20 percent flatter to be precise.
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today posted side-by-side images taken at the same angle to show us how the crease of the crease 4 compares to the crease 3. The crease is in fact less obvious and appears to be a bigger improvement than we expected.
Specifications of the Galaxy Z Fold 4
The Galaxy Z Fold 4 is expected to be a respectable upgrade over the Fold 3. While it will likely share the same general design, the screens will be wider for better usability and the phone will be outfitted with much better camera sensors that should deliver results on par with high-end phones like the Galaxy S22.
This should greatly increase its chances of breaking out of the niche market and into the mainstream, as foldable phones aren’t known for having great cameras, despite their high price. So it can be assumed that the Fold 4 will be one of them best phones of the year.
The Fold 4 will probably be Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 and packed with a 4,400mAh battery.
Samsung will reportedly announce the phone on August 10 during the Unpacked event. It will share the limelight with the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Galaxy Watch 5 series.