August 4, 2022
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5: Leaks & Speculations
The launch of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 is anticipated to take place within the next few of months. Both devices will be foldable and flippable versions of the Galaxy Z series. But even before early adopters can get their hands on the phones, information about their foldable successors, the Z Flip 5 and Z Fold 5, have started to surface.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 Leaked
As you would anticipate, the devices will be equipped with Qualcomm's next major processor, which goes by the name Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 only has this one piece of information available, while the bigger foldable has more camera-related information available to it.
There are rumors that the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 will have a triple-camera array, the primary camera of which will be the company's Isocell GN3, a 50-megapixel sensor with a pixel size of 1.0 micrometers. And obviously handle complex task such as content transfer easily. That is a significant improvement in comparison to the camera on the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3, but it is unlikely to be matched by the future Fold 4, which is also said to have a resolution of 50 megapixels.
A front-facing camera with 12 megapixels is also mentioned in the article, but there is no mention of a second camera like the one seen on the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3. It's possible that this is just due to the fact that the specifics haven't been verified, but it might also indicate that Samsung has made the decision that the under-screen camera on the Z Fold 3 didn't perform well enough to warrant including it in a future model.
Although they aren't the most exciting information, it's still very early on in the process. And these are relatively insignificant elements in the larger study, which is more about Samsung's sales forecasts for its future foldables — which, to say the least, are fascinating. As aforementioned no concrete details have been revealed but we don’t expect too wait too long for the rumor mill to churn out news.