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HomeNEWSFirst images of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 are filtered • ENTER.CO

First images of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 are filtered • ENTER.CO

Samsung is expected to launch its next flagship, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, between August and September of this year. The new device will follow the line of foldables and high-end specifications, some of its features inherited from the Galaxy S22 .

At the moment, its characteristics are an enigma, but its design has already been revealed. The alleged images were revealed by Onleaks, one of the brand’s most popular leakers. The images were published through the Smartprix portal, which were made as renders based on data collected about their physical appearance.

Taking this into account, we must take the images with tweezers, since the design could vary from what we would see soon. However, the renders allow us to get an idea of ​​what Samsung will offer, which maintains the folding concept with which the company has positioned itself: book type. This would also have an external screen and a flexible OLED panel on the inside, folding inward.

In that order of ideas, the design of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 would not change much compared to its predecessor, the Galaxy Z Fold 3. In fact, if the images match the model, one of the main differences between the two is the camera module. The sensors would apparently be integrated into the same chassis, just like the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra.

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In terms of size we would also see some changes. According to OnLeaks, the phone will be smaller but a little wider, which is why the screens could vary in size. In fact, in the publication of the images it is maintained that the phone will have a 6.2-inch external screen, while the internal one would be 7.6 inches, both equipped with OLED technology.

It is presumed that in addition, the internal screen will be equipped with a camera under the screen, so we might think that it will have better quality compared to its predecessor. However, we must bear in mind that the images are only leaks, so we cannot guarantee that this is how the phone will really look.

Image: Smartprix/OnLeaks

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