First concept renders visualise how the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 could look with a few design tweaks
Only a few days have passed since reports emerged that Samsung is testing the first Galaxy Z Fold4 prototypes at its headquarters. While the device's design remains unknown, there are rumours that Samsung is considering tweaking the cover display's aspect ratio. For context, the Galaxy Z Fold3 has a slightly shorter and narrower cover display than its predecessor, although both displays have a 25:9 aspect ratio.
However, concept renders inspired by the Galaxy S22 Ultra are already doing the rounds on social media. Fundamentally, these Galaxy Z Fold4 designs resemble the current Galaxy Z Fold3, which would appear to be too thin to sustain a periscope camera. We suspect that the Galaxy Z Fold4 would need to gain a few millimetres to house an S Pen when unfolded, too.
Presumably, Samsung will introduce more physical changes to the Galaxy Z Fold series this year than it did with the Galaxy Z Fold3. For example, the Galaxy Z Fold3 retains its predecessor's cameras, which Samsung repurposed from previous Galaxy S and Galaxy Note flagships anyway. The Galaxy Z Fold4 is not expected to launch for at least another six months, so we doubt that any concrete information will leak anytime soon, unfortunately.