By TechThop Team
Posted on: 23 Jul, 2022
As part of Samsung's plans to release its fourth-generation Galaxy Z Fold (which will begin shipping in August) with a new design for both the cover and internal screens, Samsung has affected the display ratio of the Cover display from 24.5:9 to 23:9.
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There are reportedly three Galaxy Z Fold phones being displayed by Vivo: the Galaxy Z Fold3, the Galaxy Z Fold4, and the X Fold. In comparison to the previous Z Fold, both horizontal and vertical bars are thinner.
In addition to the noticeably different bend profile, you can also see how compact the bend is in this image. In addition, the crane's suspension has been redesigned to make it smaller.
There are several symbols used in this graphic to illustrate the new aspect ratio.
Compared to its predecessors, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 is going to be more durable, which will allow apps on the cover display to have a little more horizontal space and make it a little easier to access the top of the display.
In the internal display, there is a 6.25:5 aspect ratio, which is a little closer to a square ratio than the external display.
We expect to hear confirmations and speculations regarding the display during the next few weeks before Samsung's jam-packed event. As part of the teaser campaign, Samsung has promised to release some official teasers in the lead-up to the event.
There are already some renderings online for the Galaxy Z Fold4 (and Z Flip4first)'s official interior look. Please see below the official renderings.
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