Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 Review Highlights

Shubham Raheja

Despite modest improvements such as making the hinge smaller and the phone lighter, the Z Fold 4 is still not a phone that can be used with one hand.

Productivity tools, like as split-window multitasking, are made easier to utilise by the taskbar.

When the crease did not disturb us while watching material, it does have color-shifting tendencies, especially when semi-folded.

The rear cameras are incredibly dependable, and you almost never end up with a bad shot.

The S-Pen is also available, but it does not support the cover display, so you can't take notes as quickly as you could with the Note 22.

This is not an all-day phone, and charging it completely takes around an hour and 30 minutes.

Samsung has succeeded in creating an incredibly competent gadget that can function as both a smartphone and a pocket tablet.