Before the device’s formal unveiling next week, more information regarding Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 4 foldable has appeared online. Ahmed Qwaider, a tipster, provided the most recent leak , which provides details on the device’s battery, charging, and display specifications.
The current report claims that the Galaxy Z Fold 4 will have a maximum wired charging speed of 25W, the same as the 2021 model. Samsung’s charging algorithms appear to have improved this year, though. According to the source, a charge can go from 0% to 50% in just 30 minutes. Only roughly 33% of the Galaxy Z Fold 3’s battery might be used up in 30 minutes. The 4,400mAh batteries in both variants are worth noting.
Based on this, the next foldable will take little over an hour to fully charge from a discharged state. With a 25W charger, the model from last year needed more than an hour and 45 minutes to finish the task. Remember that Samsung will not include the charging brick in the retail package.
Advertisement The Galaxy Z Fold 4 will also have a 1000-nit Dynamic AMOLED display running at 120Hz. These specifications are roughly the same as previous year’s. However, Samsung is upgrading to Gorilla Glass Victus on the front and rear of its devices. Gorilla Glass Victus is a feature of the Galaxy Z Fold 3. Earlier this year, the business introduced the Plus variant to the Galaxy S22 series.
There will be noticeable performance enhancements with Galaxy Z Fold 4. We already know that Samsung will use Qualcomm’s newest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset in the Galaxy Z Fold 4. The most recent leak gives us a sense of how much the Galaxy Z Fold 3’s Snapdragon 888 will be improved by the new chipset. According to reports, although the GPU will operate 59 percent faster, the CPU performance will increase by 15%. Additionally, the NPU will increase performance by an additional 68%.
The Galaxy Z Fold 4 will provide advances in a number of other areas in addition to these performance enhancements and quicker charging. Most noticeably, it will have a squarer shape than its predecessor in terms of design. This widens the outer display and brings it closer to the size of a typical smartphone screen. Other highlights include better cameras and a software experience that is more tuned.
Advertisement On August 10, at the forthcoming Galaxy Unpacked event, Samsung will reveal the Galaxy Z Fold 4. At the event, the company will also unveil the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Galaxy Watch 5 series smartwatches.