Samsung will launch the Galaxy Z Fold 4 on August 10, the company is said to be changing the aspect ratio for the phone's internal & external screen
For the fourth-generation Galaxy Z Fold which will launch on August 10, Samsung is said to be changing the aspect ratio for the phone's internal and external screens.

In it, the Secondary Display will switch from 24.5:9 to 23:9, and the company also seems to have found a way to thin the bezels a bit, based on the image just shared by famous leaker Ice Universe.

Accordingly, the source today shared images showing three vivo X Fold phones (top), the new Galaxy Z Fold 4 (middle) and Galaxy Z Fold 3 (bottom). The photo shows that both the vertical and horizontal bezels on Samsung's next foldable smartphone are thinner than the previous generation.

Another thing to note in this image is that the hinge of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 has also been redesigned by Samsung, looking thinner and more compact than before. Rumors suggest that the new hinge has been redesigned to make the crease smaller.

Going back to the new aspect ratio, but the change Samsung brought to the Galaxy Z Fold 4 will give apps a little more horizontal space on the secondary display and make the top of the screen more accessible. slightly.

The main side screen is also changed, from 6.25:5 aspect ratio to 6:5. Samsung has recently started releasing official teasers to introduce its next series of foldable smartphones. Hopefully the company will soon confirm the change mentioned in today's leak

It is expected that the next generation of Galaxy Z will be launched with the Galaxy Watch5 series and Buds Pro 2 headphones on August 10.


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