Last updated: August 6, 2022 at 21:32 UTC+02:00
While Samsung’s Unpacked event is just days away, the leaks aren’t going to stop. The latest batch of leaks brings us real-life images of the Galaxy Z Fold 4, giving us the best possible look at the device.
The images are followed by details on some of the new features and improvements made to the Galaxy Z Fold 4. They are all exciting things that have been leaked ahead of the company’s event.
Galaxy Z Fold 4 leaks even more
Earlier today, we also saw leaked Galaxy Z Flip 4 hands-on images. Similar images of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 now have turned up online. Someone was apparently able to get their hands on both devices before launch.
As expected, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 looks similar to what we’ve seen in the previously leaked high-resolution renders. Minor design changes have been made that set it apart from its predecessor. The new color finish also looks quite striking.
There are also several details about the new features leaked online. The materials show that Samsung has equipped the Galaxy Z Fold 4 with a 12-megapixel ultra-wide, 50-megapixel wide-angle and 10-megapixel telephoto sensor that supports 3x optical and 30x zoom. The cameras enable Nightography and stable videos at night thanks to the 23% bright pixel sensor on the wide-angle lens. Enhanced OIS and VDIS are also included.
Users see a zoom map in the shooting view, allowing them to compare the original preview and the zoom map view to capture the perfect angle. It will also be possible to easily switch to the Rear Cam Selfie view and access the camera controls without having to fold the device.
This is all quite interesting stuff as it shows how Samsung makes the most of this unique form factor. The company is set to unveil the Galaxy Z Fold 4 at its Unpacked event on August 10. The device will most likely hit the market a few weeks after its unveiling.