Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 Press Renders Unveiled: The Next Generation Foldable Phone Folds Nearly Gapless
Just before the anticipated Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event at the end of July, press renders of the top-tier model Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 have been published by MySmartPrice. The upcoming generation foldable phone is set to bring notable improvements, including an upgraded hinge design allowing the phone to fold with almost no gap.
According to unconfirmed reports, a ‘waterdrop’ construction will mitigate the crease appearance on the flexible screen when unfolded. This design innovation allows the smartphone to fold almost without a gap at the bend point while retaining the robustness of its predecessor. Although at first glance, the new generation model appears to be only marginally different from last year’s Galaxy Z Fold4, a notable change includes the LED flash moving from the camera module to the main area of the back panel.
Presumed technical specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 have also been shared. Over the past few years, the sizes and resolutions of the displays have changed little: an outer 6.2-inch Full HD+ and an inner 7.6-inch QHD+. The new foldable is expected to feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, similar to the Galaxy S23 family, and a 4400 mAh battery with fast wired (45W) and wireless (25W) charging capabilities.
The primary camera module includes a main (50 MP), ultra-wide (12 MP), and telephoto lens (10 MP), accompanied by front-facing cameras (12 MP) on both the outer and inner displays.
As we eagerly await the official announcement, these details provide a tantalizing glimpse into the design and feature upgrades we can expect from the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5.
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