Samsung on way to release biggest hit of smartphone market next week

By: News Desk
Published: 08:29 PM, 3 Aug, 2022
Samsung on way to release biggest hit of smartphone market next week
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Reportedly, many rumours have been heard nowadays about the soon-to-be-released, flagship killer foldable device, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4.

It has simply been labelled ‘the best foldable device’ so far by smartphone critics upon hearing the rumours which have, to some extent been proven right. As we are growing closer to the release date of the phone, more and more very believable rumours are coming to our hearings.

The phone has to live up to the hype that has been created for it as a lot is expected from it because its predecessor Galaxy Z Fold3 was titled ‘The best foldable phone’.

The specs of the upcoming phone are reportedly quite impressive being the most important, its price, which according to the source will be lesser than that of Galaxy Z fold3. The source claimed that it will have a big beefy 7.6 inch QXGA+ AMOLED screen with a 6.2 inch secondary or cover screen, both with the same refresh rate of 120Hz.

The camera will be featuring tri lens rear camera with one being a 50 megapixel main and the other two being a 12MP ultra-wide and a 10MP telephoto one reportedly. As for the front camera, it will be featuring a 4MP under display camera for the outer cover screen and a 10MP primary selfie camera.

The Fold4 will reportedly have the same battery as the Fold3 which is 4400mAh and 25W charging.

Talking about the hardware, it will have the fastest and the best processor chipset that is the Snapdragon 8 gen 1 plus, 12GBs of ram and 256GB or 512GB internal storage/ROM.

This phone will have a standard S pen Stylus which was the signature of Samsung’s Note series and a reported under-display fingerprint scanner which will be placed at such a point that it is accessible from both the main and the cover screens.

The phone is very much expected to be released on the 10th of August.

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