Samsung has introduced another member to its Galaxy Fold-series. The Galaxy Z Fold 4 is its triple rear camera setup alongside the battery capacity. The handset sports a 50MP primary sensor with f/1.8 aperture. It is complemented by an 12MP ultra-wide-angle lens, a 10MP telephoto sensor. Moreover, we get a 4MP under display camera and 10MP cover selfie shooter that is capable of shooting in 4K videos.
Samsung’s brand-new Galaxy Z Fold 4 is a foldable screen camera monster. They have the insane zoom and 8K video features and perform superbly in the most difficult situations. Large sensors built inside the Galaxy Z Fold 4 are partially to blame for this 50 MP camera.
You aren’t, however, making use of the full resolutions of those sensors by default. Instead, Samsung is using the pixel count to perform some magical software cropping or pixel binning. However, if you do insist on using the Galaxy Z Fold 4’s camera sensor in its maximum resolution, you can. It only takes two touches to do it.
How To Take 50MP Camera Photo In Galaxy Z Fold 4
- On your Galaxy Z Fold 4
- Open the Camera Application
- On top – Open up the aspect ratio menu
- Select 3:4 (50 MP) mode