The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold series has heralded the folding form factor as a result for productivity-concentrated groups over the last four models. Since the first model suffered a rocky launch, the OEM snappily gutted up its act with time-on-time advancements and changes that made the folding form factor more applicable and worth considering. With the fourth generation now available, the Galaxy Z Fold has reached a point where we have seen Samsung shift its focus from making advancements to one where it can work towards making its phones indeed more mainstream.
The flagship device improves on the performance front by introducing the latest Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 and betters charging times to help the device top over incredibly quick. The display has been made stouter and a slight bit taller, changes which will couple into the phone being easier to hold and use. For those who have had a partiality for a better camera, well, the Z Fold 4 introduces some advancements on that end! The optics align with the current generation hardware as it shares its primary sensors with the S22 Plus. It is not the best of what Samsung has, but the change is bound to ameliorate the results one can get from the phone.