Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4  will have a better primary camera plus a Gorilla Glass Victus+display


With the launch date fast approaching, more and more rumors about the foldable are beginning. What is new as of this article is that the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4 5G will have upgrades in several departments, including the primary camera, display type, and even the charging experience.

First of all, let us start with its camera. Like the Flip 3, the primary camera remains at a resolution of 12 megapixels, and with a lens with an aperture of f / 1.8, including optical image stabilization (OIS), the sensor will be slightly larger because each pixel should have an edge length of 1.8 µm instead of 1.4 µm.

However, the 12 MP f/2.2 ultra wide-angle camera is taken from the Galaxy Z Flip3 5G, just like the 10 MP f/2.4 selfie camera. Apart from the primary camera, no camera of the expected model offers 5G autofocus.

On the 120 Hz fast, 6.7-inch AMOLED displays with a resolution of 2,640 x 1,080 pixels, little few changes on paper. Still, the screen edges become narrower, so the smartphone is about 0.8 millimeters less high and 0.3 millimeters thinner than its predecessor.

Due to the improved Ultra Thin Glass (UTG) and Gorilla Glass Victus+ on the outside, the IPX8-certified waterproof housing is even more robust than the previous model. Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 + Gen 1 chipset should also feature these particular models.

For its Autonomy Part, the battery grows to 3,700 mAh and is charged with 25 watts via USB-C or with 15 watts wirelessly, instead of previously only with 15 watts or 10 watts. The pricing part remains unknown, but some sources suggest it may start at 1099 Euros(Ksh 133,654) for the 128 GB variant