One of the finest improvements in the Galaxy Z Fold 4 might be a reduced crease on the inner display, which would be a significant boost to the smartphone. We now have a general concept of what it may entail.

What the Galaxy Z Fold 4 display increase might resemble Everything since the initial Galaxy Fold has had the trench in the middle of the display, which has been a feature of Samsung’s foldable series since the beginning. Even though we’ve repeatedly emphasized that the crease is mostly undetectable in everyday use, it can still be a legitimate complaint, especially given how strongly Samsung is pushing the S Pen as a feature on the Fold.

Fortunately, Samsung is working to make changes to the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4’s display crease.

Reliable tipper Ice Universe posted shared a photo over the weekend that appears to demonstrate the Galaxy Z Fold 4’s display crease in comparison to the Fold 3. There is a noticeable difference between the two, though it has obviously not been obliterated.

The Fold 3s crease was and continues to be recognizable. You can’t easily miss it when the display is off or when it catches the light at just the right angle. It appears like Samsung drastically toned it down for the Fold 4 because the crease is not nearly as deep or obvious.

The Galaxy Z Flip 4 is very likely to have similar advancements in its crease.

Naturally, Samsung still has a ways to go before it can equal what its rivals have accomplished in this area. For instance, the Oppo Find N features a crease that is difficult to see or feel while using the device. Oppo did well with that foldable, though.

It is also unknown whether the durability of this new crease design would increase. As we saw first-hand with the Galaxy Z Flip 3, Samsung still has an issue with its ultra-thin glass cracking along this tight fold, but perhaps a less pronounced crease could help.

WHAT ELSE WILL CHANGE WITH THE GALAXY Z FOLD 4? What else is in store for the Galaxy Z Fold 4 except a better crease?

First of all, we are aware that this will be one of the first smartphones to use Qualcomm’s upgraded Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 CPU, which should offer some significant performance improvements over the Fold 3. Samsung is experimenting with its hinge design to make it lighter and smaller. In actuality, that ought to give the Fold a nicer appearance.

The Fold 4 is anticipated to have a squarer inner display and a shorter, wider outside panel due to changes Samsung is making to aspect ratios.

Overall, there is much to anticipate, and by August, we should know everything.
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