Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 hides under-display camera better than predecessor: report
On Wednesday, Samsung will host the Galaxy Unpacked event, where it will likely unveil its next-generation foldable smartphones, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4. Just before the supposed launch, there were several rumors about the specs and design of these smartphones. phones. In related news, a recent report claims that the Galaxy Z Fold 4 may have an improved under-display camera that might be even harder to spot than what we saw on the Galaxy Z Fold 3.
According to report by Sammobile, tipster Samsung Rydah shared tweet (now locked), which revealed some of the alleged under-display camera features featured in the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 4. The Samsung smartphone is expected to come with upgraded technology that can better hide the under-display camera compared to the Galaxy Z. Fold 3.
The screen above the camera below the display is supposedly covered in scattered sub-pixels instead of the collective sub-pixels used in the Galaxy Z Fold 3. The resolution has also been reportedly increased by up to 40 percent as a result. The display area above the camera below the display is said to have a pixel density of 132 ppi. In comparison, the camera area below the display of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 has a pixel density of 94 ppi. These supposed features could make the under-display camera even less visible.
A past report shed some light on the camera specs of the Galaxy Z Fold 4. Its triple rear camera is said to feature a 50MP main sensor, along with a 12MP ultra-wide-angle sensor and a 12MP telephoto lens. In addition, the telephoto lens is reportedly equipped with a 3x optical zoom lens.
Alleged live images of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 have recently been leaked. These images show a triple-camera setup on the top-left corner of the back, as well as an under-display selfie camera on the foldable display.