Is waterproof Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4? what Is IP rating?

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Author: Soubhik Mridha

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 has arrived, A new 50MP primary camera sensor with a bigger 1/1.55-inch picture sensor, as well as a quality 3X telephoto zoom lens.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 Specs

One of the things that Samsung has been working on in previous years is making the Fold 4 as robust as possible.

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Beginning with last year's Z Fold 3, Samsung launched a new "Armor Aluminum" frame covering, as well as IPX8 approved water resistance.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 Specs

The Galaxy Z Fold 4 has the same characteristics as last year. While Samsung boasts that its "Armor Aluminum" is stronger than before.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 body

The IPX8 water resistance certification is the same as the Z Fold 3 from last year.

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What exactly does this mean? An IP (Ingress Protection) rating shows a device's established level of protection against dust or liquid.

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Two numerals are used to represent them. For an IPX8, which only has one number, this signifies that the gadget is not dust-proof but is water-proof.

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The "8" rating indicates that the item can resist immersion in water for more than one metre (3.2 ft).

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That means if you inadvertently drop into water, phone will live if you take it out within a reasonable length of time.

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This indicates that the Galaxy Z Fold 4 is waterproof. It's worth noting that no phone is waterproof, and this is no exception.

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it's worth noting that phone warranties still do not cover water damage, so you should avoid submerging the Galaxy Z Fold 4 on purpose.

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Because of the lack of dust resistance, you may want to consider purchasing a case to safeguard your investment.

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