The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 will reportedly go into mass production on June 1, 2022. The foldable is likely to be announced in August 2022 along with the Galaxy Z Flip 4, with deliveries expected to take place later in September. This information came to light via a tweet by user Roland Quandt, a tipster with a pretty impressive track record when it comes to tracking down technical leaks. Few smartphones are as technically challenging to manufacture as the Galaxy Z Fold range. While Samsung has come a long way in perfecting the technology behind foldable devices (most of us remember the fiasco of the launch of the first Galaxy Fold), it’s still no easy feat to put together its multitude of complex parts. set. couples had to get together.
From the folding screen itself, via the (seemingly smaller) hinge to the camera below the screen, a lot can go wrong. If all goes smoothly, the first units should be ready by the end of July, just in time for some last-minute testing.
While all the rumors surrounding the Galaxy Z Fold 4 are virtually impossible to follow, most of the leaks point to significant refinements in some crucial areas. The screen fold, screen aspect ratios and hinge size all need to be addressed in this generation of the Fold.
When it comes to specs, most insiders have come to expect great performance from the Galaxy Z Fold 4, which is said to come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset. Earlier this week, we covered the full specification leak of the foldable in a dedicated article.
Nevertheless, all of the above should be taken with the least grain of salt. While we are fairly confident in the reliability of the leaks, surprises are always possible. Until we get our hands on the Galaxy Z Fold 4, nothing is really certain.