Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 could be short when it comes to charging speeds.
Samsung’s upcoming foldable devices are two of the most anticipated phones for 2022, after the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Flip 3 proved to be the most complete foldable phones to date.
However, a recent piece of information that emerged from China’s 3C certification suggests that Samsung’s next-generation folding devices will not match key improvements made by the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra and Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus.
As transmitted by GSMArenaA list of Chinese certificates revealed that the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 will continue to be limited to 25W charging support.
Both non-folding flagship phones have increased charging speed support to a more acceptable 45W after a disappointing drop to 25W in recent years. We hoped that the Galaxy Z series would follow suit, especially considering that the Fold in particular is the most expensive model in Samsung’s range.
Samsung’s new generation of folding devices is likely to arrive in August or September this year. In particular, Fold 4 is expected to have an improved single hinge design that could improve strength and reduce volume.
We also heard that it is rumored that the Fold 4 will have a camera system similar to the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, which would be a significant improvement over the Galaxy Z Fold 3, if true.