The Galaxy S22 series, Samsung’s flagship smartphone line, was just released. Three high-end smartphones were unveiled by the company, all of which will be available in India in March. New details about Samsung’s upcoming foldable smartphone, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, have surfaced in the rumor mill.
Samsung is expected to release its Z-series foldable smartphones in August. The official launch is still a few months away. Despite the long wait for the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, some key specifications and features have leaked online.
Specifications for the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 have been leaked
Samsung is expected to hold a launch event for the Galaxy Z Fold 4 in August 2022. A report released ahead of the launch outlined some of the foldable phone’s key features. According to The Elec, Samsung will release the Fold 4 with a built-in S Pen. The Galaxy S22 Ultra was recently released with an in-built S Pen, similar to the now-discontinued Galaxy Note smartphone. Samsung will replace the Galaxy Note lineup with a slew of high-end smartphones with built-in S Pens, implying that the Galaxy Note lineup is officially dead.
The Galaxy Z Fold 3 also works with Samsung’s smart stylus. However, because there is no slot for the S Pen, users will need to purchase a case to attach the stylus to the phone’s outside. If the S Pen was dropped, it would become more vulnerable to damage. Supporting the S Pen with a dedicated slot will aid in the problem’s resolution.
In addition to the S Pen slot, the report claims that Samsung will not make any major changes to the display size. The foldable display will be 7.56 inches tall, with a 6.19-inch outer display, slightly smaller than the current model.
A summary of the Z Flip 4’s key features is also included in the report. The clamshell foldable’s 6.7-inch foldable display will be the same as the clamshell foldable’s. There will be a larger 1.9-inch cover screen included. On the outside, the Flip 3 has a 1.83-inch display. Other information about Samsung’s upcoming foldable smartphones is currently unavailable. As soon as more information becomes available, it will be released.
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