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Sagar 25 May 2022
Samsung Android Rumors
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 foldable smartphone unveiled last August is expected to get a successor in Q3 2022, dubbed Galaxy Z Fold4. A few bits of the Galaxy Fold4 have leaked already, and the latest rumor says the smartphone’s foldable screen will have a less prominent crease.
Word comes from reliable tipster Ice universe, who also said that the Galaxy Fold4’s screen looks smoother than Fold3’s. That’s definitely good news, but it will be interesting to see what improvements Samsung made to the hinge design to reduce the hinge gap when the main screen is folded.
The Galaxy Z Fold3 we reviewed last year had a visible crease that was noticeable to touch, but we found it to be a non-issue when we were actually engaged with the content on the screen since the image looked crisp and uniform.
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Z fold 3.. I bought this phone the day released in South Africa.. until today I'm using it. Before I was use iphone. To be honest. This is best phone I ever use. With no issues.. I love it. I sold my I phone 11pro max. I bought this. Until today…
Ive had my Z fold 4 now for 6 months and love this phone. The crease have never bugged me at all. Overall usability of the phone is unbeatable especially multiple screens display and ability so save your preferences on that. I would say the only issu…
Still have the Z2 battery not so great but love this phone.
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