The Galaxy Z Fold 4 Would Have Main Sensor of 108 Megapixels

The Galaxy Z Fold 4 Would Have the Main Sensor of 108 Megapixels

Samsung will soon launch its new foldable smartphone that will succeed the current Galaxy Z Fold, The Galaxy Z Fold 4 Would Have the Main Camera Sensor of 108 Megapixels.

In the first quarter of 2022, Global Smartphone Sales Fell 11%, according to analyst firm Canalys. Samsung also took first place in the ranking, ahead of Apple, which had been successful in the fourth quarter of 2021 thanks to its new range of iPhones.

Samsung recorded at the start of the year 24% of the world market share in smartphone sales and thus gained 2 points, while the Apple brand held 18% of the market. It also lost 4 points compared to the previous quarter.

With the success of its new Galaxy S22 range recently launched, the Seoul giant does not intend to stop there. It launched its Galaxy Z Fold 3 foldable smartphone last summer and is now preparing for the arrival of its successor. The latter should focus on photography and make significant improvements at this level.

108-Megapixel Camera Sensor on the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4

The GSM Arena media indeed reports that the informant Dohyun Kim estimates that the main photosensor of the foldable smartphone will be 108 megapixels. The module could also be the same as that used for the Galaxy S22 Ultra, that is to say, a 1/2.55″ ISOCELL HM3 sensor, but of course, this remains to be taken with a grain of salt.

Another informant (chunvn8888) indicates that the Galaxy Z Fold 4’s photo configuration will be almost identical to that of the Galaxy S22 Ultra, except for the 10-megapixel pericope sensor. This would mean that we would have the same 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle and telephoto sensors as on the current Samsung flagship. The front camera on the future foldable should also be improved, according to previous rumors.

Finally, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 would be equipped with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1+ chipset, which has not yet been presented. The foldable would also be thinner and lighter than its predecessor, and it wouldn’t have a case for Samsung’s S Pen stylus.