Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 tipped to use Gorilla Glass Victus+, charge faster
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 will upgrade to the tougher Gorilla Glass Victus+ for protection of the cover display and the rear panel, the Z Fold3 used the original Victus, according to leakster Ahmed Qwaider. As for the larger inner display, previously we had heard rumors of a “Super UTG” material. If nothing else, the new hinge design will reduce the crease.
Qwaider provided additional info. Even though the new Z Fold4 will stick to 25W charging and the battery capacity will be the same at 4,270mAh, Samsung will tweak the charging curve to speed things up by a fair amount. In our tests, half an hour of charging pushed the battery of the 2021 foldable only to 33%. The Z Fold4 will allegedly go up to 50% in the same amount of time.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 will bring major improvements to the camera department. Rumor has it that the main cam will go up to 50MP (from 12MP) and that the telephoto module will get a 3x lens (up from 2x). The 16MP camera on the cover display and 4MP under display camera will probably not be upgraded.
Going back to the display for a moment, the Z Fold4 will have slimmer bezels on the cover display and a less stretched out aspect ratio. Of course, the phone will be powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 (as will the Z Flip4). The Fold is expected to launch at the same price as its predecessor last year. The official announcement is coming next week.
- 07 Aug 2022
Hey man, my phone charges at 40W(Mate 20 Pro) and its battery has degraded by about 5% or 6%. I probably gave him more than 500 charge cycles, but typically charge when I don't need a full charge I only plug it for 20 or 30 minutes to keep him i...
- 05 Aug 2022
LoL what a lame comment. 2012 called, they want you back. In 5 years of using fast charging speeds I never damage my battery. If you don't know how to take care of battery you are going to destroy it without fast charging.
- 04 Aug 2022
Then split the cell in half then send 25W to each part. Problem solved.