The main camera of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 may also be familiar

Another, not just any camera can be taken over from the Samsung S22 series by the manufacturer’s foldable smartphone.

Right in the second month of the year, we could already see what Samsung’s next folding phone, the Galaxy Z Fold4, might look like, and then a little later, the alleged handset was once again showing itself.

Not so long ago, the Internet scattered us with another important piece of information, which suggests that the manufacturer will recycle the telephoto lens found in the Galaxy S22 and S22 + mobiles.

Meanwhile, a rumor has sprung up again that the Galaxy Z Fold4 may already have a 108-megapixel main camera, which may be exactly the same HM3 sensor that Samsung has packed into the Galaxy S22 Ultra. The information was provided by a trusted leaker, Dohyun Kim, so it certainly makes the situation more certain that this time the forum is not a dubious reputation.

And the clearly good news is that Samsung appears to have learned from its previous mistake and will no longer equip its new foldable mobile phone with cameras that lag behind the lenses put in the flagships. Provided, of course, that the information is true.

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