One of the significant improvements of the Galaxy S21 Ultra of the ultra-wide camera; this smartphone allows you to take macro shots with it and record video up to 4K resolution and 60 fps with the ultra-wide camera.
Unfortunately, the Galaxy S21 and S21+ didn’t support that feature. The same problem comes to Galaxy Z Fold 4, which brings 4K 60 fps recording on the main and zoom rear cameras, but not with the ultra-wide camera. The company will do the same with the Galaxy Z Flip 4, as well.
We guess this is not the final software; Samsung is expected to launch more features before or soon after these foldable go on sale on August 26. We’ll see the 4K 60 fps ultra-wide recording feature in the new update and let you know in the coming weeks.
Speaking of updates, the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and the Galaxy Z Flip 4 will receive significant OS upgrades for four years. The Galaxy Z Fold 4 runs Android 12 out of the box while the Z Flip 4 runs Android 12, and while Android 13 would have been better, we’ll take what we can get.