The Galaxy Z Fold4 has a redesigned rear design that, in terms of camera placement, is reminiscent on the Galaxy S22 Ultra. The absence of a periscope module on the rear is unsurprising, but reports claim that the main camera will be updated to a 108MP sensor, and the telephoto module will now offer 3x optical zoom.
Samsung‘s fourth edition of its flagship foldable phone, the Galaxy Z Fold4, won’t be released for at least three months, but we’ve already been treated to a number of high-quality renders of the unannounced phone. The photographs were provided by OnLeaks, who collaborated with SmartPrix to give us our first thorough look at the Z Fold4.
The cover display will be 6.2 inches, same to last year’s model, but the phone’s overall dimensions will be slightly squarer, measuring 155x130x7.1mm when unfolded. The inside display will be 7.6 inches in size, slightly smaller than its predecessor, resulting in a speculated 23:9 aspect ratio. On the folding screen, the phone appears to include an under-display selfie camera, which is supposed to be better than last year’s 4MP module.
The Z Fold4 will also include Qualcomm’s forthcoming Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+ CPU, as well as a 4,440 mAh battery with 25W charging.