The Galaxy Z Flip 5 has been the subject of several speculations up until this point, but today we have our first glimpse at the redesigned cover screen for the clamshell foldable. Ice Universe, a well-known tipster, just published a fresh image of the Galaxy Z Flip 5, revealing its design and giving us our first glimpse at the cover screen that is styled like a folder.
Previous speculations have suggested that the cover screen of the Z Flip 5 will have a size anywhere between 3.3 and 3.4 inches, which would be a significant increase over the Z Flip 4’s panel size of 1.9 inches.
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Take note of the peculiar cutout in the shape of a folder that can be found at the bottom and wraps around the twin cameras. The source believes that these photographs are representative of the completed design and that Samsung is presently modifying its software to make the most of the increased screen real estate that will be available with the new device.
According to the most recent news, Samsung is getting set to introduce the Galaxy Tab S9 series as well as its Z Flip 5 and Z Fold 5 smartphones before the end of July.
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It also indicates that the Galaxy Z Flip 5 will include a dual rear camera arrangement consisting of a main sensor with a resolution of 12 megapixels and an ultra-wide-angle lens with the same resolution. It is anticipated that the clamshell foldable phone will also include AOD technology. This technology, which is analogous to that found in the iPhone 14 Pro and enables customers to personalize the display of their smartphone, is expected to be included.
The Galaxy Z Flip 5 from Samsung is going to be the follow-up model to the Galaxy Z Flip 4 from the previous year. The latter was presented to the public for the first time in August during the Galaxy Unpacked event. The variant with the least amount of memory and storage space is priced at Rs 89,999.