The Galaxy Z Fold 4’s folding display notch will likely be smaller than the Z Fold 3’s


The Galaxy Z Fold 4’s folding display notch will likely be smaller than the Z Fold 3’s

The Galaxy Z Fold 4’s folding display notch will likely be smaller than the Z Fold 3’s

So far, various rumors and images of the next generation foldable flagship phone Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 4 has been released. According to previous reports, this foldable phone is expected compared to the Z Fold 3 have different dimensions. In fact, it is said that the height of this device will be less than its current generation and its width will be slightly wider.

Furthermore, another image of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 display comparison against the Vivo X Fold was published, which showed the flagship display. Samsung’s upcoming foldable will have a smaller notch compared to its rival.

Now, one of the famous tech news leakers named Ice Universe has published a photo comparing the display of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 versus the display of the Galaxy Z Fold 3, which shows the difference in the notch in the middle of the folding screen of these two devices. According to this photo, it seems that the fold 4 display will be less indented than the current model of this product.

  • Galaxy Z Fold 4 screen will have different dimensions compared to Z Fold 3
  • Difference of internal display recess in the published image of Vivo X Fold and Galaxy Z Fold 3

According to previous rumors, Samsung Z Fold 4 It will probably support 25W charging. Also, like the Z Fold 3, we expect this product to be equipped with a 4400 mAh battery. Other possible specifications of Samsung’s next foldable flagship include the Snapdragon 8 Gen1 Plus chip. In addition, it has been said that the Samsung Z Fold 4 will use cameras similar to the Galaxy S22 Ultra, and this means that the Fold 4 will probably come with a 108-megapixel main camera, a 12-megapixel ultrawide camera, and a 10-megapixel telephoto camera.

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