The phones is expected to land with top 2022 specs such as a bendably 7.6″ high-res internal display that supports high and dynamic refresh rate thanks to Samsung’s LTPO OLED technology. Fortunately, Samsung may have not given up on the under-display camera due to its inferior quality, bur rather double down with a 16MP shooter there.
A Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+ would power the whole shebang with copious amounts of storage and 12GB RAM memory to boot, including a 512GB and a 1TB version. The external 6.2″ display would also sport 120Hz refresh rate, but it’s not clear if it will be dynamically adjustable or on an on/off basis, yet a 10MP punch-hole front camera is almost a given in it.
The Z Fold 4 FCC test setup
If you recall, this is Samsung’s bog standard 25W charging brick, while the rumors were that the GAlaxy Z Fold 4 will support SAmsung’s fastest 45W charging system. Well, as we know Samsung went the Apple way long time ago, and now doesn’t include a charger in the box, so the FCC probably compiled its test setup with the most common Samsung charger out there.
Let’s not forget that, while the S22 Ultra and, perhaps, the Z Fold 4, top Samsung’s phone price list, they also support its fastest charging, yet you still have to buy the 45W charger separately as it doesn’t come in the box.