Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 camera might get a major upgrade


Galaxy S22-style cameras are most likely.

Rumors and rumours suggest that Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 4 will have a number of enhancements over its predecessors, even if the phone is still months away from its official launch.

According to a new claim, the next foldable phone will feature an enhanced camera, and its camera configuration may be comparable to that of the Galaxy S22 handsets.


GalaxyClub(opens in new tab) says that Samsung may replace the existing Galaxy Z Flip 3’s 12MP 2x camera with the 3x telephoto camera from the flagship series.

Z Fold 4 is expected to have a 10MP selfie camera, as well as an upgraded rear-facing camera. Although the specifics of this sensor’s construction remain a mystery at this moment.

On the cover display of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 is a 10MP selfie camera, while the folding screen features a 4MP under-display selfie camera. The present 4MP snapper’s performance have been less than stellar, so if the top smartphone manufacturer plans to improve the UDC camera, we should expect a significant boost.


No word yet on whether or not this phone will use the same camera setup as Samsung’s flagship series of phones, the Galaxy S22. Recall that the Galaxy S22 has a 50MP main camera and a 12MP ultra-wide angle camera.

Making the foldable phones affordable and mainstream 

As part of its ongoing efforts to mainstream foldable phones, Samsung has made a number of positive strides.

In the same way, replacing the Note series with the foldable lineup is an excellent example of this. Furthermore, a comparable action may be to maintain a close eye on the costs.


According to rumours, the business plans to add a stronger Ultra-Thin Glass to the foldable display in order to make it more durable and able to endure longer.

Speculation about the business’s plans for a third foldable phone also suggests that the corporation is serious about folding phones. We are certain that the Galaxy Z Fold 4 will be a powerful device thanks to these new features.


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