Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 - Yes, finally! - Galaxy User Guide

So the Galaxy Z Fold 3 is now the best foldable device that Samsung has to offer. But that doesn't mean it's the perfect foldable phone right now. It offers features you won’t find in normal flagships, such as a large display with a huge surface area and much more advanced multitasking capabilities. It also lacks a lot of the high-end functionality that some other cheaper flagship devices have built. But Samsung finally fixes this issue with the launch of the Galaxy Z Fold 4. We have new reports from credible sources that say 3. New and big upgrades Samsung brings to the Galaxy Z Fold 4. Despite being the most expensive mainstream smartphone on Samsung's roster, the Z Fold 3 does not have the best cameras out there.

The cameras on the Z fold 4 are borrowed from the Galaxy S22 series. Galaxy Club who have a great track record reports that there will be two big upgrades to the camera system. Fold 4 will have a 3x optical zoom setup, a nice step up over the small 2x zoom on Z Fold 3. The Z fold 4 will have the same 10MP front camera we have on the S22 Ultra. The report did not mention it, so it is reasonable to assume that Samsung could also incorporate the 50MP sensor of the S22 in the Z Fold 4. This would also mean we may not see a periscope zoom camera on the foldable that's a bummer, but despite that, it still represents a welcome upgrade. Now before moving on to the second big upgrade, Let's talk about the sponsor of this video Squarespace.

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This is mainly due to the hinge mechanism. Samsung has been using a dual-hinge design since the first Galaxy Fold. It provided structural integrity for the foldables by using two hinges but also increased the thickness and weight. But with the Z Fold 4 Samsung has shifted to a different hinge provider and apparently, That Samsung has decided to use a single hinge instead of two. This would result in a lighter and thinner device, and would also reduce costs. Now, whether or not Samsung would pass off The savings for consumers remain to be seen, but it is surely a big step to make folding more attractive to consumers. Both the Z Fold, 4 and Flip 4 will see a big upgrade in the SoC. Both will have a tweaked version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 called the 8 Gen 1+.

The good news is that a chip from TSMC will be built instead of Samsung. As some of you know, TSMC is better in the fabrication of chips than Samsung. Only the TSMC manufactured chips are power efficient but are also more powerful than Samsung made chips and in addition, they don't generate too much heat. The latest Mediatek flagship is produced by TSMC and although the specifications are mostly the same compared to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, there is a massive difference in performance and efficiency, as you can see from Geekbench. So, this means that the Z fold 4 and Flip 4 will be more powerful than the S22 Ultra but they will also be more efficient and would also produce less heat.

Other information about the new foldable include an integrated S - pen support, a new, stronger ultra thin glass protective called super UTG, a better display camera and display sizes. The latest updates on Z Fold 4 please subscribe, and as always I'll see you tomorrow...peace out!.

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