Blogger Yogesh Brar took to social media to reveal details of Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 4, a high-end flagship with a 7.6-inch screen and 120Hz refresh rate, close to the iPad Mini’s 8.3-inch screen.
It has a 6.2-inch internal screen, 120Hz refresh rate, and qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ flagship processor. It comes with 12GB and 16GB of memory, up to 512GB of storage, and a rear three-camera system of 50 million main, 12 million ultra wide angle and 12 million telephoto.
In addition, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 also has two cameras, one on the outer screen with 10 megapixels and one on the inner screen with 16 megapixels. The 16 megapixel camera is under the screen, with a 4400mAh battery and 25W flash charge.
In terms of industrial design, the overall shape of Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 is basically the same as the previous generation, and there is a new breakthrough in weight control. The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 weighs less than 260 gigabytes, which is lighter than the shell iPhone 13 Pro Max, blogger @iIceuniverse revealed. That means Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 4 has nearly the same weight as Huawei’s Mate Xs 2, which weighs 255G.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 will debut around August.