Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 - A Huge Upgrade - Galaxy User Guide

So we're still almost 4 months away from the launch of Samsung's next foldable devices, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4, but leaks about these upcoming devices have already started appearing. Earlier this week we learned that the Galaxy Z Fold 4 will have the same 3x telephoto lens as the Galaxy S22 series, which is a nice step up from the meagre 2x telephoto camera on the Z Fold 3. Today we have an even more promising leak that brings the camera setup of the Z Fold 4 closer to the Galaxy S22 Ultra. According to this tipster who has a good track record, the main camera will be the same on the S22 Ultra, and that is 108MP. This basically means that the Z Fold 4 will have the same camera setup as the S22 Ultra, except the periscope zoom lens.

The S22 Ultra is widely considered the best camera on any smartphone available today. This is great news for potential buyers of Z Fold 4. As for the first time ever, the cameras on the foldable match its premium price. We have another report coming from a big South Korean publication company Korea. It mentions that the Z Fold 4 will not have an under-display fingerprint scanner. It will be mounted on the power button on the side, just like the Z fold 3. In my opinion the in-display fingerprint scanner on a foldable makes little sense because it requires two fingerprint scanners outside and inside, which adds up to the overall cost of the handset.

A side-mounted scanner allows users to easily unlock their phone in both closed and open states, requiring only one fingerprint scanner in the first place. It's actually good news that they are sticking with a side scanner. So a few years ago, the iPad Pro broke like a biscuit with just a tiny amount of force in Zach's durability test. It was not really surprising that it failed to survive the bend test. So when Samsung launched The Tab S8 Ultra, which features a large 14.6-inch display on a ridiculous 5.5mm thin chassis, literally everyone thought that Zach would destroy this poor thing. Despite the record-breaking thinness, the Tab S8 Ultra survived the bend test with no damage whatsoever.

It remains in one piece and fully functional at the end of the video, which is really impressive. It has to do with the new armored aluminum frame Samsung used for the new tablet. Until then, do consider subscribing for all the latest updates on the Z fold 4 and as always I'll see you tomorrow...peace out..

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