At the same time Motorola introduced the Razr 2022 foldable phone, Samsung also held an online event to take the wraps off the Galaxy Z Fold 4.
Just like its predecessor, the Z Fold 4 is a flagship device with an eye-watering $1,800 price tag.
While it doesn’t bring any paradigm shifts, the Z Fold 4 does have some welcomed improvements.
First off, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 has a wider 6.2 inch outer display and a lighter design, with a hinge that’s a lot less noticeable.
Thanks to the new Android 12L designed especially for foldable phones, it offers a more intuitive experience, with a bottom taskbar to let you easily switch between more apps.
The inner display measures 7.6 inches, has 374 ppi, an up to 120Hz refresh rate and is HDR10+ certified. Thanks to more apps having drag and drop as a functionality, it will let you multitask easier.
Under the hood, the Z Fold 4 uses the flagship Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 processor, as expected, paired with 12 GB of RAM and storage in 256 GB / 512 GB / 1 TB options.
The Z Fold 4 carries a 10 MP cover camera, a 4MP under-display camera and a triple camera setup on the back. That one offers a 50MP wide camera, a 12MP ultra wide one and a 10MP telephoto one capable of doing 8K video recording at 24fps, hyperlapse 4K video and slow motion 1080p video, among other options.
Everything is powered by a 4,400 mAh battery with up to 25W fast charging and reverse wireless charging.