As you probably know, none of Samsung's clamshell phones use a fingerprint sensor under the display. Although in recent months there have been rumors that the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4 may use such a feature, now a Korean news agency has reported that Samsung does not intend to use such a feature for either phone./p>
Apparently, these two phones are going to reach users again with a fingerprint sensor embedded in the side edge. Samsung executives seem to have come to the conclusion that reusing this feature is better for the user experience of the two clamshell phones. It should be noted that when the fingerprint sensor is on the side edge, users can easily unlock the phone, regardless of whether the phone is open or closed.
In this regard, a recent report on the camera and hinge Galaxy Z Fold 4 has been released. According to the report, the ZFold 4 uses a better zoom camera, and instead of a 4 and 10 megapixel selfie camera, we will now have two 10 megapixel cameras. Also, we should not miss the improvement of the hinge design of this phone. Specifically, unlike the previous generation, which was based on dual hinges, this phone uses a single hinge, and this approach allows Samsung to reduce the thickness of the body to some extent, and on the other hand, there is more space inside the body for embedding parts.
Although clamshell phones are a lot more complicated to make, it looks like Samsung is planning to put an S Pen stylus in the Galaxy Z Fold 4 body. This means that like the Note series phones, you can easily use the S Pen when using the Galaxy Z Fold 4. There is no reliable report on the launch date of these phones yet, but more details will undoubtedly be revealed in the coming weeks and months.
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