All three sensors and the LED flash unit are vertically aligned and contained within the same hump on the Galaxy Z Fold 3’s rear camera arrangement. On the other hand, the Galaxy Z Fold 4’s 2022 model seems to have a different camera arrangement on the back in leaked renders. There is no camera bump, but the sensors and flash unit are still vertically oriented. Instead, each sensor has its own separate protrusion from the back panel.
Recently, Samsung has begun employing this camera setup on their phones more and more. on the Galaxy S22 Ultra, especially. It also wouldn’t have been a bad thing if the Galaxy Z Fold 4 had a comparable design. not to be, though.
Advertisement The accurate leaker Steve H. McFly, alias OnLeaks, who has throughout the years accurately leaked various high-profile cellphones, is responsible for the CAD renders. But it seems that in this case, McFly was mistaken. Perhaps the Damn tweet emoji he used in reaction to the most recent assertion proves he was incorrect.
The new information’s source has previously made correct statements concerning a number of unannounced gadgets. They were responsible for the initial real-world shots of the Galaxy Z Flip 4 that were released last month. It’s best to take this information with a grain of salt, though, as with any leak. With little over a month until Samsung’s 2022 foldables are officially unveiled, we anticipate press renders to start showing in leaks soon.
A 50-MEGAPIXEL CAMERA IS CONFIRMED TO BE INCLUDED IN THE GALAXY Z FOLD 4. In addition to unveiling the Galaxy Z Fold 4’s back camera design, the source asserts that the forthcoming foldables would unquestionably include a 50-megapixel camera. This supports earlier rumors. The phone will use this as its main camera. Rumors suggest that the sensor we’re discussing here might be the one found in the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22, though this hasn’t been confirmed. It won’t be long now since the actual unveiling is rumored to take place on August 10. In the interim, if any new information becomes available, we’ll keep you informed.