Samsung plans to release the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 as the next in its foldable smartphone series. Both of these phones are slated to debut in August or September, with various designs, specifications, and feature updates. Today, we’re going to show you a 360-degree glimpse of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4. That’s right, Smartprix is giving you a unique first peek at the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 in collaboration with @Onleaks, months before its official introduction.
First Look at the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 [5K renderings]
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 has been given an exclusive first glimpse by us. This is how it appears:
Design and Dimensions of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4
These exclusive Galaxy Z Fold 4 pictures show how the design has progressed since the 2021 Galaxy Z Fold 3. Starting with the front, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 features a 6.2-inch cover display that folds out to reveal a 7.6-inch display. It will have an OLED display with a high refresh rate that will compete with Samsung’s current flagship, the Galaxy S22 Ultra. When the phone is unfurled, we’ll most likely see an enhanced version of an under-display camera.
Its dimensions have changed from its predecessor, and it now measures 155x130x7.1mm when unfolded, as opposed to 158.2 x 128.1 x 6.4 mm when folded. This implies that while Samsung reduced the phone’s height by a few millimetres, it increased the phone’s length and breadth. Because of the new proportions, the screen’s aspect ratio has altered significantly, making it appear slightly larger.
The most noticeable alteration is in the Galaxy Z Fold 4’s back camera module. The camera module has three protruding lenses and an LED flash. The protruding camera lenses resemble those found on the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.
From the front, the smartphone appears identical to the Galaxy Z Fold 3. There is also a very little alteration in the hinge design, although it is now unidentifiable. Samsung appears to have improved the hinge, however, the specific modifications are unknown at this time.
We’re looking forward to learning more about any potential software or hardware changes that the firm may be bringing to its next generation of foldable smartphones. Keep an eye on this space for further information.