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Meet Samsung’s new UDC for Galaxy Z Fold 4

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Just two days later, Samsung is going to launch its next-generation foldable smartphones for consumers. With the Galaxy Z Fold 3, Samsung debuted the UDC (under display camera technology), which is going to get a significant upgrade with the Galaxy Z Fold 4.

It was the first time when the company used bring the under-display camera technology with a Galaxy phone, however, the performance of that hidden camera is not so good, and neither the hole is invisible, as every Fold 3 consumer knows.

Well, meet the next generation of Samsung UDC technology that will be unveiled with the Galaxy Z Fold 4 foldable smartphone, two days later. Thanks to @SamsungRydah (update: Tweet deleted) for sharing an internal slideshow of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 showing off the upgraded under-display camera tech.

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As you can see in the image below, the Galaxy Z Fold 4’s UDC is capable of hiding the camera hole, comparatively better than its predecessor. The Z Fold 4’s camera screen area packs scattered subpixels instead of the collective subpixels which debuted with the Z Fold 3.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 UDC

This upgraded UDC functionality improves the Galaxy Z Fold 4’s UDC area resolution up to 40% with a 132ppi pixel density offering. It’s important to mention that the under-display camera area of the Galaxy Z Fold 3 has a screen resolution of just 94ppi.

In addition to the UDC, the Galaxy Z Fold 4’s rear camera specifications have been leaked as well, which claims 50MP primary camera, a 12MP ultrawide camera, and a 10MP telephoto camera with 3x optical zoom. The company will launch the phone on August 10 Unpacked, however, there are a lot of benefits on pre-reservations.

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Samsung Galaxy S23 series color options leaked by ‘trusted’ source

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Samsung Galaxy S23 design

Samsung Galaxy S23 series could be available in four color options including Beige, Black, Green and Light Pink. This information has been revealed by Ross Young, the CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC).

The Galaxy S23 series devices would be launched in the first quarter of next year at the online Samsung Unpacked event, meanwhile, the leaked color variants give us an opportunity to get ready with our choice of purchase.

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The source said that all of these color variants will be available for the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus and Galaxy S23 Ultra devices. However, Ultra model is expected to feature different colors compared to other models in the lineup.

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Earlier, famous leakster Onleaks revealed the high-resolution CAD renders of the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus and Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphones, revealing their design, camera module and body language.

The Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus phones are likely to come with a camera module inspired by the Galaxy S22 Ultra. On the other hand, the S23 Ultra will have no design changes, making it the same as the Galaxy S22 Ultra.

Samsung S23 Ultra thin bezels

The company is reportedly considering to reduce the curved edges of the Galaxy S23 Ultra in order to gain more peak brightness on the panel, while, a flatter screen will comparatively more durable than the existing S22 Ultra model.

As per the previous reports, Samsung will ship the Galaxy S23 series with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset in every country, including Europe. Some officials want the Galaxy S23 line should have Exynos variants too but, Snapdragon is far away when it comes to performance and stability.

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Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra to feature extremely thin bezels

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Samsung S23 Ultra thin bezels

After the launch of new Samsung foldable phones, everyone’s eye is on the upcoming Galaxy S23 series. We are continuously seeing new leaks of smartphone that suggests us their features and design. Meanwhile, a new piece of information comes out that suggests that the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra will feature extremely thin bezels.

Recently, a reliable tipster named Ice Universe shared the image of the front and rear sides of the Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphone. The image is showcased in a light color to provide us with a more accurate look at the screen bezels.

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We can clearly see that Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has thin very thin bezels as compared to the Galaxy S22 Ultra. Alongside this, the screen has the same punch hole for a selfie shooter. Overall the screen looks beautiful.

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Samsung S23 Ultra thin bezels

Previously, report revealed that the bezel dimensions of the device will convert to 2.4mm x 1.9mm from 2.3mm x 2.6mm.

The obvious benefit of reducing the bezel is an increase in screen size. With a thinner bezel, the screen takes up more of the display to make your phone look bigger and more immersive. It is also good for multitasking as you get more part of your screen to place two or more app windows.

Samsung S23 Ultra design changes

Furthermore, just to remind you, recently we saw the renders of the Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphone that suggets that the device will feature the same design as its predecessor but there are still some minor changes that enrich the look of the smartphone.

As per the information, the upcoming device features a less curved display, which is close to a flat screen and it will offer users an even brighter display panel. In addition to these, the Galaxy S23 Ultra has bigger camera outlines, which look more clear and more pleasant.

At the same time, the middle body frame of the phone is expanded whereas, the side edges are flattered to give a refreshed look to the device.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 to resolve under-display camera quality problems

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Verizon Samsung Fold 4 September 2022 update

Samsung first introduced the under-display camera technology with the Galaxy Z Fold 3 last year and brought its second generation with the Galaxy Z Fold 4. Moving ahead, Samsung aims to finally resolve the quality issues of under-display camera phones by 2024, which could be the Galaxy Z Fold 6.

According to TheElec report, the Display subsidiary of The company aimed to apply a transparent PI substrate to its foldable phone by 2024. Samsung is reportedly considering to ditch the yellow PI substrate and replace it with transparent PI substrate to offer clear photos without quality reduction through under-display camera.

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Going ahead with the report, it’s expected that the Korean tech giant will first introduce the new under-display camera panel featuring transparent PI substrate with the Galaxy Z Fold 6 (tentative name) followed by OLED panels for Apple iPhones.

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As of now, the foldable OLED displays are being mass-produced using a yellow PI substrate, which will be replaced with a transparent polyimide (PI) substrate around 2024. Using the new tech, Samsung seeks to improve the light transmittance of the under-panel camera (UPC).

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The under-panel camera is an element that is structurally located below the OLED display, at the same time, its aperture is only visible when the device uses the camera function. While the camera of the phone is in operation, UPC allows external light to pass through the flexible OLED.

If Samsung Display applies a transparent PI substrate instead of a yellow PI substrate as planned, the light transmittance in the UPC area will increase, making it possible to take clearer pictures than now. Pixels can also be arranged more densely than now, reducing the sense of heterogeneity within the periphery of the display.

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