Side-by-side images of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Fold 4 displays show a significantly better fold

Side-by-side images of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Fold 4 displays show a significantly better fold

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  • Its main display still has a fairly prominent crease, but that’s not as bad as it may sound as most reviewers say it doesn’t bother them. The crease apparently exists because of the way the hinge has been designed, which explains why phones from Chinese companies that feature a water drop hinge don’t suffer from the same problem. Galaxy Z Fold 3 vs Fold 4 crease – Side-by-side Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Fold 4 display images show a greatly improved crease. Galaxy Z Fold 3 vs Fold 4 crease The Galaxy Z Fold 4 is also expected to have a crease, but we have been hearing rumors that it will be less visible, 20 percent shallower to be exact.

  • Samsung may have invented folding phones, but unlike many of its competitors, its bending phones still have a crease, and the Galaxy Z Fold 4’s primary display will still feature creases, according to a new leaked picture. Samsung’s foldable phones have come a long way, and the firm expects sales to more than quadruple this year to 15 million devices, according to one source. The Galaxy Z Fold 3 costs $1,800, which is around $200 less than the first Fold. It’s also lighter, more robust, and water-resistant to IPX8 standards. The third-generation Fold also boasts a smoother display, supports the S Pen pen, and includes a camera sensor hidden behind the display.

Well-known leaker Ice Universe has today posted side-by-side images – taken at the same angle – to show us how the Fold 4’s crease compares to Fold 3’s. The crease is indeed less obvious, and it seems like a bigger improvement than what we had expected. The Galaxy Z Fold 4 is expected to be a respectable upgrade over the Fold 3. Even though it will likely have the same general design, the screens will get wider for better usability and the phone will be equipped with much better camera sensors which should deliver results on par with high-end phones like the Galaxy S22.

 

This should greatly increase its chances of breaking out of the niche market into the mainstream as foldable phones aren’t known for having great cameras despite their high prices. So, it’s safe to assume that the Fold 4 will be amongst the best phones of the year. The Fold 4 will presumably be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 and will pack a 4,400mAh battery. Samsung will reportedly announce the phone on August 10 during the Unpacked event. It will share the limelight with the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Galaxy Watch 5 range.

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