The Galaxy Fold 4 might not have an S Pen slot after all

The Galaxy Fold 4 won’t have an S Pen slot in any case

Samsung launched the Galaxy Z Fold 3 final yr, which had a digitizer to support stylus input from an S Pen. Nonetheless, there was no slot contained in the telephone for storing an S Pen (such as you’d discover on the Galaxy S22 Extremely or Note20), so that you needed to carry it round individually. There was hypothesis that the following Galaxy Fold would possibly repair that, however now evidently won’t occur in any case.

Ice Universe, a good tech leaker, stated on Tuesday that the Galaxy Fold 4 is now unlikely to have an S Pen slot. Different sources have backed up the declare, saying the change is probably going meant to maintain the bodily measurement as small as doable. The present Galaxy Fold design is bodily much like two telephones stacked on prime of one another when folded, and including sufficient room for an S Pen slot probably would have made that worse, except Samsung might considerably shrink the opposite elements.

Rumors about a possible built-in S Pen cropped up around February, which additionally indicated the telephone would have a 7.56-inch internal show and a 6.19-inch cowl display screen. The tweet from Ice Universe indicated the Fold 4 will probably be “a bit smaller and thinner,” although it’s unclear if the scale have modified from the sooner rumors. The Galaxy Z Fold 3 has a 7.6-inch inside display screen and a 6.2-inch cowl show — practically similar to the previously-leaked measurement. Different stories claimed the Galaxy Fold 4 might have the same telephoto camera as the Galaxy S22 series, which might be a notable improve from the older digital camera setup on the Galaxy Z Fold 3.

Samsung additionally confirmed in March that it was eradicating the ‘Z’ from ‘Galaxy Z’ in its upcoming foldable units. That change was probably because of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the place the letter Z became a pro-Russia symbol and was typically discovered on Russian army gear. The up to date branding first rolled out in Estonia and Latvia — two nations bordering Russia.

Supply: Ice universe (Twitter), No name (Twitter)