Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4: On August 10, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Z Fold 4, a new addition to its ever-expanding line of high-end folding smartphones, in India. With its top-tier specs and innovative design, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 steals the show. It is the perfect tool for productivity in more ways than one can imagine. It is hardly unexpected that The Fold 4 is off to a terrific start, getting record pre-orders, as the smartphone obviously has potential. The Fold 4 has been fine-tuned to a T, offering customers a taste of the smartphones of the future. It is a notable upgrade over the Fold 3.
What’s inside the box:
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 arrives in a stylish box thanks to the removal of the adaptor. Buyers would need to fork over additional money since a fast charger would cost an additional Rs 1,500 for a 25W brick. The phone is neatly placed within a plastic cover and is the first thing you’ll see when you open the box.
You also get the USB Type-C data and charging cable sans adaptor, a SIM card ejection tool and safety manual. The packaging is similar to what we’ve seen with the Fold 3, with limited contents.
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When you first take the Galaxy Fold 4 out of the box and hold it in your hands, it feels luxurious. Even though Samsung has just made a few minor adjustments here and there, we note that the Galaxy Fold 4 is lighter and has a smaller physical factor.
In its Beige colour, the phone looks gorgeous. The edges, which seem to be flattered, go really nicely with the phone’s frosted-colored back. No fingerprint smudges have ever appeared on the phone while we’ve been using it, which further demonstrates how well Samsung handled this particular shade. Folding the phone reveals the Samsung logo on the hinge, which is concealed when the phone is used in the unfolded state.
The folding mechanism is not too rigid, yet feels durable while opening and shutting the phone. First-time users may feel the phone is too delicate, but as we got used to it, we realised the hinge is quite strong.
The 6.2-inch diagonally large AMOLED cover display is beautiful. The 7.6-inch Dynamic AMOLED is two times better. On a mobile phone, we have never loved using Excel or our very own CMS more. Less scrolling from one side to the other results in more work being completed. The 120Hz refresh rate that is supported by both monitors makes animations more fluid than before.
The majority of chores may really be completed on the cover screen, however because of how small the keyboard is, expect some typos if you have wide fingers. That problem won’t arise with the primary display.
Surprisingly, the triple camera configuration on the phone’s back cover lacks the floating design of the S22 Ultra. However, compared to the Fold 3, the camera has improved significantly, so we can’t really complain.
It’s interesting that the main screen includes a 4MP in-screen camera that can’t be seen readily while the right material is being viewed, while the cover screen has a 10MP selfie camera. According to this arrangement, Samsung wants you to use the cover screen to snap selfies while the 4MP camera is better suited for video conferencing.
The cost of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 price in India, as of August 28, starts at Rs.154,999.