Galaxy Z Fold4 has a little change in appearance, the main upgrades still come from the internal hardware.
Recently, leaker @OnLeaks has posted many detailed renders of the Galaxy Z Fold4, a folding screen smartphone that is about to be introduced by Samsung this fall. Accordingly, the Galaxy Z Fold4 will be a complete version of the appearance of the Galaxy Z Fold3. Users will still have an inward folding screen design, with two primary and secondary screens that are scaled.
Based on information from OnLeaks, the Galaxy Z Fold4 will have a 7.6-inch main screen on the inside, a screen ratio of 6:5 almost square, while the outer secondary screen has a size of 6.2 inches, a ratio of about 22 - 23:9. Both will use OLED panels with high refresh rates. In addition, the camera hidden under the screen is also expected to have better quality.
The most obvious change in appearance design will come from the main camera on the back. Like the Galaxy S22 UItra, the Galaxy Z Fold4 will not have a camera cluster, instead will just have discrete vertically arranged lenses. The specifications of this main camera cluster have not been revealed, but some rumors say that Samsung will upgrade the wide-angle camera to a 108MP sensor, accompanied by an ultra-wide-angle camera as well as a 3X telephoto camera.
In terms of performance, users will definitely have a strong upgrade in hardware with a more powerful chip, the battery may also be improved but probably not much, or even no battery upgrade.
It is expected that the Galaxy Z Fold4 will go into mass production in July to prepare for the launch event in August or September.