Leak shows off alleged Samsung Galaxy Fold4 display next to Z Fold3

Samsung is prepping up for the official launch of its next-generation foldable phones, which will allegedly be called the Galaxy Fold4 (allegedly dropping the Z in the name) and Galaxy Flip4. But before the official launch happens, reliable leaker Ice universe has posted an image on Twitter comparing the display of the rumored Galaxy Fold4 and its predecessor, the Galaxy Z Fold3.

According to the leaker, the aspect ratio of the "Fold4" internal display will be 6:5 compared to 5:4 in its predecessor. On the flip side, the aspect ratio of the external display will be 23:9, which is different from 24.5:9 in Galaxy Z Fold3.

Galaxy Fold 3 vs Fold comparison
Image: Ice universe

As can be seen in the above image, the purported Fold4 has a more square design compared to the Fold3. Besides that, one can clearly see that the next-generation Galaxy Fold4 is a bit shorter and wider than Z Fold3.

Apart from all this, the leaker also tweeted about the battery Samsung's upcoming foldable phones will use. Terming it as 100 percent genuine information, Ice universe has said that the Fold4 will use a 4,400 mAh battery, while the battery of the Flip4 will have a capacity of 3,700mAh. In other words, the Galaxy Z Fold3 successor is believed to settle on the same battery capacity as its predecessor, though the rumored Flip4 is getting the much-requested battery upgrade — from 3,300 mAh to 3,700 mAh.

Ice universe previously confirmed that the Galaxy Z Fold3 and Flip3 successors will be based on Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Plus chipset. The alleged Fold4 is also said to have support for the S Pen, but there won't be a dedicated slot to house the pen, much like the Z Fold3.

Source and Image: Ice universe(1, 2, 3)

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