New Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5: Folder Shaped Cover Display

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New Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5: Folder Shaped Cover Display (Image:
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Delhi : This year, the fifth iteration of the Galaxy Z Fold and Galaxy Z Flip models will be unveiled in India by South Korean smartphone manufacturer Samsung. Although the Z Flip's current models have a small outside display, this could change in 2023. According to rumours, Samsung could profit from a significantly larger cover screen with a "folder-shaped" design with the release of the Galaxy Z Flip 5.

Ice Universe (@UniverseIce), a well-known source, allegedly leaked a render of the next Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5. The phone appears in the pictures in a light green hue with a noticeably larger display and a slight expansion of the screen near to the cameras, creating the appearance of a folder screen.

Samsung is allegedly working on the software component right now, according to the tweet. In addition, the Galaxy Z Flip 4's vertical camera array has been replaced by a horizontal one. The photographs clearly show a centre punch hole on the screen. A USB Type-C port with a speaker grill and microphone can be seen on the bottom.

The area above the camera and the LCD on the current Flip is empty. Currently, the cover display may be utilised for a variety of tasks, including taking pictures, responding to calls and messages, checking notifications, and operating quick toggles. If the rumours are accurate, Samsung will probably use this area to make the cover screen more functional.

Additional Leaked Details

Speaking of other rumoured modifications, the phone is expected to have a performance-enhancing Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip. The foldable phones may arrive with OneUI 5.1.1 based on Android 13, according to SamMobile. A 3C listing recently showed that it might support 25W charging. In terms of optics, the phone has a 12MP primary and a 12MP ultra-wide sensor. According to Gadgets360, it is said to include Always-On capabilities like iOS.