Galaxy Z Fold4 tipped with better cameras and other enhancements


In addition to iterative improvements to the main camera system, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 is likely to deliver significant advances in other areas as well. Yogesh Brar, a well-known leaker, has provided an outline of what we might expect from the next specifications.

The folding display inside is expected to remain at 7.6 inches. It’s rumoured that Samsung is working to reduce the wrinkle. The use of a more durable Super UTG is one part of the endeavour to make this display better. Even if the aspect ratios are slightly different, the resolutions of the internal and exterior 6.2″ displays will remain in the same ballpark and feature 120Hz AMOLED panels.

A 50MP sensor is expected to be used in a rear-facing camera module, according to Brar (and not 108MP as some rumours suggested). 3x optical magnification will be possible with the newer, higher-resolution telephoto lens, even with this lower-resolution sensor (up from 2x). The telephoto and super wide-angle camera resolutions will remain at 12MP.


On the Z Fold3, the physical resolution of the in-display selfie camera (internal) is also 16MP. It was, nevertheless, necessary to reduce the image to 4MP for more complex image processing. Whether or if that happens again this year is still up in the air. The external selfie camera with a punch hole will keep its 10MP resolution.

In addition to the new Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, Samsung is expected to add 12 or 16GB of RAM, up from the current 12GB. The 256GB and 512GB models should have the same amount of storage. The phone’s battery capacity is predicted to remain at 4,400mAh and its charging speed is slated to remain at 25W.

And that’s pretty much all I have to say about it. Some Z Fold3 features, such as IPX8 water resistance, stereo speakers, enhanced connectivity, and support for the S Pen, will be carried over to the Z Fold4. However, there is still no place for the stylus to go.


Samsung is expected to have begun mass production of the Galaxy Z Fold4 and Z Flip4, so the launch in August should go as scheduled. Anecdotal evidence suggests the corporation is ramping up production to meet anticipated demand.

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