Samsung’s anticipated flagship for 2022, the Galaxy Z Fold 4, may have leaked in unofficial versions published by Smart Prixbased on information from the often reliable Onleaks. The renders of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 show an overall design similar to that of its predecessor, the Z-fold 3, with a 6.2-inch cover screen and a 7.6-inch foldable inner screen, but with a redesigned rear camera setup inspired by this year’s Galaxy S22 Ultra.
This internal display will reportedly once again have an under-display selfie camera, a feature that disappointed us in last year’s device. This year’s version has reportedly seen performance improvements, which are much needed. On the back there are three rear cameras, same as last year, but Smart Prix it does not offer any details on what its specifications might be.
There is no sign of a built-in slot for the S-Pen stylus, which the elect previously reported would come to this year’s folding. The Z Fold 3 offered S-Pen support, but there was no built-in slot to store it; instead, customers had to purchase a phone case to store it. the electThe report also claims that the Z Fold 4’s screen dimensions would be slightly different from last year, with an internal screen that’s a fraction of an inch larger and an external screen that’s a fraction of an inch smaller.
There is no official word on when we might see the Z Fold 4 announced, but Smart Prix reports that we could see an announcement in August or September. For reference, last year’s Z Fold 3 was released in early August.