Unofficial renders of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 offer a better picture of what we can expect from the foldable smartphone when it’s likely officially revealed in a few months.
The renders show that the phone looks very similar to the Fold 3 from the front, and sports a camera array inspired by the Galaxy S22 that launched earlier this year. This camera setup will contain three lenses that protrude from the rear and an LED flash.
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The handset will flaunt a 6.2-inch cover display, and a larger 7.6-inch tablet-like screen when unfolded. The leak indicates that we’ll again see a high refresh rate on the displays and an improved under-display camera.
Dimension-wise, the device measures 155 x 130 x 7.1mm compared to the Fold 3, which featured dimensions of 158.2 x 128.1 x 6.4mm. This means the phone isn’t as tall, but is slightly wider and will have a noticeable thickness to it.
Theres still no sign of a built-in slot for the S-Pen stylus. Smartprix says there’s also a very small change to the hinge that makes it a bit better.
It’s unclear when Samsung will unveil the Fold 4, but we’re expecting to see it in August or September this year, alongside a couple of other foldable devices.
Image Credit: SmartPrix
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