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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 – What’s Confirmed And What’s Rumored

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By Jenny Lee10:48 am April 12, 2022

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 could have an S Pen. Rumors suggest that the S Pen digital stylus, which was introduced on Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and is typically reserved for extra-large phones, will come with the Galaxy Z Fold 4.

These iterative improvements still might not be enough for consumers to feel comfortable buying the next foldable phone from Samsung.

But can you believe everything you see? Are the leaks based on real prototypes or just fan renderings of what this phone might look like?

An image of the Galaxy Z Fold 4's single-hinge design.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 Design Revealed

For that, it’s important to note what we know for sure about the Galaxy Z Fold 4. We have confirmed that it will use an under-display camera, as seen in other Samsung phones like the Galaxy S21 Ultra. We also have corroborated reports from multiple sources that this is coming soon.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 for reference 

It’s been claimed so far that the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 will feature a similar design to its predecessor and instead focus on durability. If this is the case, we can expect a book-style design again with a triple rear camera housing on the rear. 

Galaxy Z Fold 4 could feature an S22 Ultra-like camera design

The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra debuted as one of the best camera smartphones on the market. (Source: OW_Icicle)

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 108 MP camera for reference

We’re crossing our fingers that the leakers got this one terribly wrong. We’d love to see a holder in the Galaxy Fold 4 or, even better, perhaps see a way to magnetically attach the S Pen to the Fold 3’s hinge the same way you can attach an Apple Pencil to an iPad Pro. 

The Galaxy Fold 4 might rock a double-sided fingerprint reader but according to rumors, they may try to get the onscreen scanner in.

Many of the big-name foldables on the market today are available for closer to $2,000, putting them well beyond the budget of the average shopper. If Samsung and its rivals want their bendy devices to break into the mainstream in a big way, one major thing that’ll need to change is the price. And that may be happening if rumors are accurate. 

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