We already know that Samsung Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4 are expected to launch this year in August.
But before that, a new leak has been received that suggests that the clamshell foldable Galaxy Z Fold 4 smartphone will have a much smaller crease than its predecessor, the Galaxy Z fold 3.
According to famous tipster and leaker IceUniverse, after tweeting last month about the expected aesthetics of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 with fewer wrinkles, now in a recent tweet, he has claimed the photos show a smaller, less depth of the crease of the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 4 alongside its predecessor.
Considering the leaked pictures, we can conclude that the device has been reengineered in aspect ratio and both inner & outer screen size for smooth aesthetics.
Galaxy Z Fold Expected Features
The expected internal display is a 7.6″ QXGA+ AMOLED having a refresh rate of 120Hz, with the external one constituting a 6.2″ size and an HD+ resolution, i.e. making it wid and short, resulting in a 6:5 aspect ratio from 6:2:5.With adjusting the outer screen aspect ratio to 23:9 from 24.5:9.
The phone is also expected to manufacture using the UTG or Ultra-Thin Glass technology previously used in Galaxy Z Flip 3. The flexible panels having this material are made of glass polymer and are durable.
Samsung is expected to use next-generation UTG with improved hardness and quality to withstand daily wear and tear to the smartphone.
According to the leaks & rumours, including photos, the device’s hinge will be thinner and shorter, a major improvement. Also, the bezel will be less dense or thick.
Tipsters/leakers like Ice universe, Yogesh Brar, and others leaked the specifications of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 & Galaxy Z Flip 4. However, some images may be rendered as it is already known that these devices have been in expected mass production since early this year.
Now people have to wait until the device is launched around August, probably the 10th, at the Samsung Unpacked event this year with the expected next instalment of Galaxy Watches.
Links are given below for previous developments and info if readers wish to find out more.
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