It seems that the closer to the launch date, the leaked information about the Galaxy Z Fold 4 appears with increasing frequency on the websites.
Most recently, a new report has just revealed to us more interesting information about the external secondary screen of the next folding screen smartphone from Samsung.

An earlier rumor had suggested that the upper secondary display of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 would be larger than that of the previous generation.

Today's leak backs that up, claiming that the 23:9 aspect ratio for the external display is "100% confirmed". It is known that this information comes from the permission of a leaker on Twitter, who has shared many accurate rumors in the past.

The source claims that the external screen of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 will have a resolution of 2,048 x 793 pixels, using the aspect ratio that will be 23: 9. For comparison, the secondary display of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 has an aspect ratio of 24.5:9.

A similar claim was also made in a leak last month, which suggested that the foldable display inside of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 will also be wider than its predecessor. It seems that offering a wider screen is one of the big changes that Samsung will bring to its next foldable phone.

The wider secondary display would be a useful improvement. It will make it much easier for users to use Galaxy Z Fold 4 without having to open the device many times, thereby making the device more durable.


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