Samsung has finally brought a much-needed change in camera specifications to its main foldable lineup with this year’s Galaxy Z Fold 4. The big improvement is the switch to a 50-megapixel main camera from a 12MP camera, along with 3x optical zoom and 30x digital zoom capabilities.
Not to mention the 4-megapixel bottom camera on the Z Fold 4 folding screen, this device pretty much has camera specifications that are identical to the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22+. That means these devices should, on paper, capture images and videos of the same quality, but is that the case in the real world?
That’s the question we wanted to answer in our Galaxy Z Fold 4 vs Galaxy S22/S22+ camera test, which you can check out in our new YouTube video embedded below. Spoiler alert: the results we got from these devices were similar, but there are also differences that may surprise you, and we recommend hitting that play button so you can see for yourself.
We also recently compared the Galaxy Z Fold 4’s camera to the Galaxy S22 Ultra’s, which you can check out at this link. And if you’re wondering how the cameras on the Z Fold 4 compare to the Galaxy Z Flip 4, another new Samsung foldable device launched this year, go here.
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