Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 vs Fold 3: Check what's new
Samsung has finally unveiled its Galaxy Z series foldable smartphones during its Unpacked event today. Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 have been launched today. Previous Z series phones had impressed us with premium features and looks and the new handsets have done so too. From less visible creases to more powerful chipset, check out what's actually new on the Z Fold 4.
Galaxy Z Fold 3 vs Galaxy Z Fold 4: Design
The Fold 4 looks a lot like its predecessor but with a few subtle changes. The slimmed-down hinge and thinner bezels of the Fold 4 make it look more refined than the Fold 3.
Further, Fold 4 has arrived with a wider aspect ratio than Fold 3. The outer display of the former will have a ratio of 23.1:9, which is wider than Fold 3's 24.5:9, and the inner screen will have a ratio of 21.6:18.
Galaxy Z Fold 3 vs Galaxy Z Fold 4: Processors and performance
Galaxy Z Fold 4 is equipped with a more powerful Snapdragon 8 Gen1+ processor compared to the Fold 3 as the latter has a Snapdragon 888 chip. However, the storage used in the new model is UFS 3.1
Additionally, Z Fold 4 has come with Android 12L on board, a special version of Android created for larger screens. Apart from these, the new Galaxy Z Fold 4 has arrived with a coolest new software feature "swipe for split screen" making multitasking easier.
On the camera front, the Fold 4 includes a 50MP main shooter, a 12MP ultra-wide and a 10MP 3X telephoto lens which is a slight change over the triple camera system on the Fold 3, which has a 2X zoom camera and a 12MP main shooter.