Leaked photos of the Galaxy Z Flip 4 show that the new model has even less noticeable screen creases

Last month, we saw what the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 looked like in an unofficial set of illustrations, but now we have leaked images of what appears to be the real thing shared by YouTuber TechTalkTV. These images match up with previous renderings and give us a closer look at the device's display crease, which appears almost non-existent.

The images highlight the device's display, and when the body is flipped over, you can see a slight glare where creases usually appear, but it's barely noticeable, but then again, from an Angle, it's a little hard to tell what the creases will look like.

The screen creases of the Galaxy Z Flip 3, the previous foldable model, can be seen fairly clearly when the user tilts the phone in the right way, but this isn't a problem in normal use and it's easy to forget once you get used to the device. It has been suggested that Samsung will further improve the crease in its upcoming phones, but we'll probably have to wait until we get our hands on the Galaxy Z Flip 4 to see just how much of an improvement there is.

Real photos of the Galaxy Z Flip 4 show that the device has a lot in common with its predecessor, with the same two-color scheme, dual-camera module, and perforated selfie camera, and while the hinge appears to be slightly thinner, there are still slight gaps on both sides of the device when it's folded.

TechTalkTV's sources expect the device to have the same 12-megapixel main camera, a wide-angle camera with an unknown pixel value, and a front-facing 10-megapixel selfie camera, which, if true, is a bit disappointing -- one of the Galaxy Z Flip 3's biggest weaknesses is its camera quality, The sources also said the upcoming device could be equipped with a larger 3,700mah battery and an upgraded 25W quick charging capability.

Samsung will likely unveil the Galaxy Z Flip 4 in August, along with its horizontally folded counterpart, the Z Fold 4.

Author: King
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