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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 Review: Ahead of its time


Galaxy Z Fold 4 Review: Samsung unveiled its newest lineup of foldables – the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and the Galaxy Z Flip 4 back in August.  The new foldables are upgrades from last year’s Galaxy Fold and Flip and come with improved internal specifications and more.

This fourth-generation, Galaxy Z series continues to break from convention to deliver new, impactful interactions that enhance everyday life.

In this video, we share our thoughts on the Galaxy Z Fold 4. Watch share and subscribe.
Galaxy Z Fold 4 Specs

Galaxy Fold 4  with Android 12L, a special version of Android created by Google for large-screen experiences. It comes with a 7.6-inch QXGA+ Dynamic AMOLED 2X  display panel on the inside. This main folding screen supports 120Hz refresh rate and can dynamically switch from 1Hz to 120Hz depending on the task at hand.

The smaller outer screen, which users can operate on when the Fold 4 is closed is a 6.2-inch HD+ Dynamic AMOLED 2X panel that also supports 120Hz refresh rate.

Powering the Galaxy Z Fold 4 is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset. The foldable comes in three storage variants all with 12GB RAM. You can choose between 256GB, 512GB or 1TB internal storage.

For the optics, the Fold 4 has a triple camera on the rear comprising an upgraded 50MP main sensor with OIS and 30x Space Zoom lens, a 12MP ultrawide sensor with 123-degree field of view and a third 10MP telephoto sensor with OIS. The outer front camera which users can use when the phone is closed is a 10MP sensor, while the inner front camera usable when the phone is opened is a 4MP under-display sensor.

The Fold 4 comes with a 4,400mAh battery and support for 25W wired charging and Qi wireless charging. Other features include an IPX8 certification, Android 12L-based One UI 4.1.1 and a side-mounted capacitive fingerprint sensor. The phone weighs just 263 grams.

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Nixon Kanali

Tech journalist based in Nairobi. I track and report on tech, business and African startups. Founder and Editor For TechTrendsKE. Nixon is also the East African tech editor for Africa Business Communities. Send tips to nkanali@techtrendske.co.ke.

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