Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4It is expected to bring some important camera improvements. A reliable source, Dohyun Kim, believes that the main camera of the foldable device will be upgraded to a 108MP sensor. Naturally, some of the camera module Galaxy S22 UltraStarted wondering if it would be the same as the (1/1.33″ ISOCELL HM3 sensor).
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Another reliable source, @chunvn8888, aside from the 10MP periscope sensor of the setup on the Z Fold4 S22U He said it would be almost the same. This is the flagship in the upcoming foldable phone Galaxy S means we should expect the same 12MP ultra-wide and 10MP 3x telephoto modules from the phone. Recent rumors also predict a selfie camera upgrade from the 4MP camera of the Z Fold3 to 10MP.
Galaxy Z Fold 4′It is expected to feature the unannounced Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+ chipset, a thinner and lighter body compared to its predecessor, and no case for the S Pen.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 It will likely be announced in August 2022 and will be released in early September. This estimation is being made, as both the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 arrived in stores at least a few weeks after their release year was announced in August. There is no clear information about the price yet.
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