A couple of days back we told you about how Samsung is planning to launch the next in their foldable smartphone series featuring Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4. Both these phones are expected to arrive sometime in the month of August or September offering several upgrades in design, specs, and features. Well, today we are revealing a 360-degree view of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4. That’s right, months before its official launch Smartprix is exclusively giving you a first look at Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 in association with @Onleaks. [हिंदी में पढ़ें]
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 First Look [5K renders]
We have gotten our hands on the exclusive first look of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4. Here’s how it looks:
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 360o View
We also have for you a 360-degree video view of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 revealing the exact design of the upcoming smartphone.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 Design and Dimensions
These exclusive Galaxy Z Fold 4 images reveal how the design has evolved from Galaxy Z Fold 3 of 2021. Starting from the front, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 flaunt a 6.2-inch cover display and a 7.6-inch display will greet you when you unfold the phone. It will be a high refresh OLED panel that will challenge Samsung’s current flagship i.e. Galaxy S22 Ultra. We likely also get to see an improved version of an under-display camera when the phone is unfolded.
It has undergone a change in the dimensions from its predecessor and now measures 155x130x7.1mm against 158.2 x 128.1 x 6.4 mm when unfolded. This means, that while Samsung has trimmed its height by a few millimeters, it has added those back in length and width of the phone. The changed dimensions have led to a minute change in the screen’s aspect ratio which looks slightly bigger now.
The most striking difference can be seen in the rear camera module of the Galaxy Z Fold 4. The camera module contains 3 lenses that are protruded and an LED flash. The protruded camera lenses look similar to the ones seen in Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.
Other than that the device looks similar to Galaxy Z Fold 3 from the front. There is a very minute change in the hinge design as well but that is totally unrecognizable as of now. Seems like Samsung has made some improvements in the hinge but what they exactly are is unknown as of now.
We hope to get more information about any other software and hardware upgrades that the company might be bringing to their next generation of foldable devices soon. Stay tuned to this space for more updates.