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Leaked 5K renders show Galaxy Z Fold4 from every angle

We currently do not know whether Samsung will remove the letter "Z" from the naming scheme for its foldable phone. But if we leave that aside for a moment, high-quality renders of the alleged Galaxy Z Fold4 have leaked, showing the device from every angle.

In association with @OnLeaks, SmartPrix has posted the leaked renders and a 360-degree video view of the "Z Fold4." On the surface, the device looks very similar to its predecessor, Galaxy Z Fold3. However, some minute differences can be spotted here and there. For one, you'll see an improved version of the under-display camera when you unfold the device. Also, the Galaxy Z Fold3 successor now measures 155x130x7.1 mm, which is a slight change from the dimension of 158.2 x 128.1 x 6.4 mm in the Z Fold3.

Moreover, the leaked renders suggest that the rumored Z Fold4 will feature a 6.2-inch cover display and a 7.6-inch internal display, which will reportedly support a high refresh rate, similar to the Galaxy S22 Ultra.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 5K renders Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 5K renders
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 5K renders Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 5K renders

One thing will catch your attention immediately after seeing the renders, and it is the new camera design, which shouldn't be considered new, though, because the Galaxy S22 Ultra features a similar design. It's undoubtedly new for Samsung's Galaxy Z Fold lineup.

But in case you're unaware of the design, S22 Ultra has no camera bump. Instead, all the lenses protrude from the body. The alleged Galaxy Z Fold4 will share the same camera design as the S22 Ultra, according to the leaked renders.

You can check out the 360-degree view of the device below.

Source and images: SmartPrix

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