Not quite Oppo Find N, but still better than what we already have
Every day the launch of new members of the Samsung folding family is getting closer. The Galaxy Z Fold4 and Z Flip4 are both in the works right now, and are shaping up to be one of Samsung’s best smartphones to date. The Z Fold4 will be the larger (and higher-end) of the two, and right now, it’s shrouded in rumors and leaks. One aspect that has been constantly coming up is screen size; those hoping for a change in that regard will be glad to know that there is more evidence to support such a change.
Some images posted by tipster ice universe (via SamMobile) supposedly show clear cases for the Galaxy Z Fold4. And while it might not be immediately noticeable at first glance, we can see that the phone is actually slightly wider than a Z Fold3 (the tweet includes an image of a Z Fold3 case, for context).
These kinds of case leaks aren’t conclusive evidence by themselves, but it’s also not the first time we’ve heard of this. It was previously rumored that the phone would ship with a 23:9 external screen instead of a slimmer 24.5:9, as well as a 6:5 aspect ratio on its internal screen instead of a 5:4 one. The fact that it is slightly wider can make it easier to use from your external screen when folded and if the screen lengths remain the same, you also get extra real estate on both the external and internal screens. .
It is not reaching the levels of the Oppo Find N; in fact, we praise it because Really I liked its form factor, so that’s a shame. Still, that phone proved that going wider is better, and this is at least a step in the right direction.
If this sounds like your type of phone, there may be an announcement in the coming months, so stay tuned.
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