If you were expecting Samsung to make sweeping changes to the Galaxy Z Fold 4’s design, be prepared to be disappointed. The phone is expected to retain the same display size in its 2022 iteration with the external display measuring 6.2 inches across, and the unfolded internal display measuring 7.6 inches wide. The new phone is not as tall as the Fold 3 but adds a few millimeters to the overall width and thickness. The change in dimensions could also mean a slightly changed aspect ratio of the internal and external displays.
Like last year, both these displays are expected to be high-quality AMOLED panels that will support at least a 120 Hz refresh rate. There is also talk about the possibility of the Fold 4 getting a much better under-display camera this time around.
The biggest change to the Galaxy Z Fold 4 is likely to be the rear panel design. While the phone retains a vertically stacked triple camera like its predecessor, these lenses are not housed within a raised camera bump. Instead, they protrude out of the phone’s body in a design language similar to what we saw on the Galaxy S22 Ultra. There is also talk about the Fold 4 featuring a revamped hinge design
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