Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4: Premium foldable to arrive with significantly improved cameras and a new hinge design
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 is slated to debut in August and a new set of leaks has now provided even more detail on the premium foldable. According to word from Korea, Samsung is set to ditch the dual-hinge design seen on the Galaxy Z Fold3 and prior Fold models in favor of a single hinge.
While previous generations of the Galaxy Fold feature two hinges at the top and bottom regions of the screen, Samsung is reportedly geared to replace them with a single hinge located in the middle of the display. This change is said to directly result in a lighter, slimmer device. Rumors from earlier claimed the Z Fold4 would mostly eliminate the crease as well, and there's a chance this design choice could facilitate that.
In addition to that change, the Galaxy Z Fold4 has now been tipped to debut with proper flagship cameras. The Galaxy Z Fold3 received some criticism for not offering camera performance on par with the Galaxy S21 Ultra even though it was the pricier device. According to these new rumors, the Galaxy Z Fold4 will adopt the 3x telephoto zoom on the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+. In addition, there's a possibility the foldable phone also comes equipped with the 108 MP HM3 on the Galaxy S22 Ultra, although the source doesn't appear to be confident about that at the moment.
https://t.co/zEzdbhKBPt— Da perfect pfp (@chunvn8888) April 5, 2022
My guess was right, Z Fold4 will share the same 3x tele camera as the S22 series. Now I'm waiting to confirm which sensor will be use as the main camera, heard the HM3 like the S22U personally.