The Galaxy Z Fold 4 from Samsung is a respectable follow-up to the Galaxy Z Fold 3. It’s a multitasking powerhouse that’s left to compete with itself, even though it’s still a pricey entry into Samsung’s high-end foldable experience.
The Galaxy Z Fold 4 is an expensive ticket to productivity nirvana, according to the review
The most recent Fold offers some major improvements, but the Z Fold 4 also has several features that stand still and are noteworthy.
1. Android 12L’s Taskbar
The fact that the Galaxy Z Fold 4 runs Android 12 — a tablet and foldable oriented version of Android — with a new taskbar is an ultimate feature. This taskbar could contain upto eight applications, which is located at the bottom of the Z Fold 4’s primary display and allows for constant easy access.
I’ve discovered that I frequently use many apps on the main display of the Z Fold 4 due to the taskbar’s availability and always-on state. Drag and drop an app’s icon from the taskbar to the screen to quickly launch several apps. I’m done now.
I would occasionally utilize many programmers at once on the Z Fold 3, but pinning the edge panel to the side of the screen wasn’t as practical or simple as using the taskbar.
2. The new taskbar on the Galaxy Z Fold 4
The main display of the Z Fold 4 is made to feel more like a tablet that begs to be used as a multitasking tool thanks to the taskbar, which is the best way to put it. Before the taskbar, the Fold’s larger screen occasionally resembled a very large phone display and was only occasionally utilized to perform more than one job at a time.
3. Gboard has now been made fordable-friendly.
On the Z Fold 4—and my own Z Fold 3—Google’s keyboard, Gboard, finally provides a split-screen option that significantly enhances the entire typing experience with more precise and has bigger individual keys.
4. The cameras are an excellent improvement.
With the three cameras on the Z Fold 4, Samsung has finally added a high-end camera system to the Z Fold series. The Z Fold 4 sports a 50-megapixel main camera, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera, and a 10-megapixel telephoto camera with 3x optical zoom in place of the three 12-megapixel cameras seen on the Z Fold 3. It is a camera arrangement that is inferior to the S22 Ultra’s camera setup but almost identical to that used in the Galaxy S22 Plus.