Sophisticated Samsung phone the size of a tabletis the latest band phone from the company, along with a clamshell . But 2022 is likely to bring more upgraded sophisticated smartphones in the form of, rumoredly, the Galaxy Z Fold 4. While we await the arrival of the next sophisticated phone, we’re gathering the most reliable rumors to put together what might be in store.
Here’s what we’ve heard about the Galaxy Z Fold 4 in terms of price, new features and possibly features. We will update this story as new information becomes available.
Design: Galaxy Z Fold 4 has no slot for S Pen
We have no doubt that the Galaxy Fold lineup is a great showcase of technology and innovation. But there’s only one thing: Samsung’s top sophistication is not essentially practically like, say,or even the Galaxy Note series. For example, the Galaxy Fold 3 did not have a slot for the S Pen, and according to rumors, its successor will also not have a holder for the S Pen. Those who use it will still have to find a way to safely bring a Samsung stylus.
We cross our fingers to make the authors understand this very wrong. We’d like to see a holder in the Galaxy Fold 4 or, better yet, see a way to magnetically attach the S Pen handle to the Fold 3 hinge just as you can attach the Apple Pencil to the iPad Pro.
But the Galaxy Fold 4 may have a two-sided fingerprint reader
Samsung has introduced a fingerprint sensor on its sophisticated phone via the Galaxy Fold 3, where it is located on the right side of the phone. Available whether the device is folded or open, it also acts as a power button.
However, according to the Dutch edition, this fingerprint reader may be in motion Lets Go Digital, and can instead be placed under the screen. The Dutch publication cited Samsung’s patent filed in March last year to confirm the claim, saying the company plans to treat the fingerprint reader so that it can be used as a two-way fingerprint sensor that can be used on the screen cover (if the handset is closed when folded) and when it is deployed on a tablet-sized device. On the cover, apparently, it can be used from the center of the bottom of the display, and when deployed is in the center of the bottom of the left screen, the report said.
Cameras: The Galaxy Z Fold 4 will have cameras under display on the cover and internal screens
The Galaxy Fold 3 also debuted an under-display camera in Samsung’s sophisticated lineup. It is located under the large internal display and is one of the five cameras on the device. According to rumors, the Galaxy Fold 4 will also count on five cameras, but this time there will be two cameras under the display, at least one Korean leakholding the handle yeux1122.
This is another rumor, I hope inaccurate (unless Samsung dramatically improves its technology), as the camera under the Galaxy Fold 3 display was the weakest link in terms of the camera. According to Fr.Patrick Holland from CNET’s indoor selfies looked “highly processed”, and even shooting outdoors in good lighting didn’t look much better.
Price: Galaxy Fold 4 may become cheaper
Many of the well-known sophisticated ones on the market today are priced closer to $ 2,000, well above the budget of a regular buyer. If Samsung and its competitors want their flexible devices to break into the mainstream, one important thing to change is price. And it can happen if the rumors are true.
According to the same Korean agency, the price of Galaxy Fold 4 will fall. The source of the leak did not say more details. Based on Fold’s track record, there’s a reasonable chance that Fold 4 won’t cause as much shock from stickers as some of its predecessors. Although the Fold 3 is the most expensive phone Samsung has released this year, it still got a welcome drop in price compared to last yearand the original . The Fold 3 comes at a starting price of $ 1,800 in the US, which is a desirable $ 200 price reduction from the starting price of the Fold 2. In the UK, the Z Fold 3 will cost from £ 1,599 for the 256GB option, and in Australia from £ 2,499. Australian dollars. The .
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