Galaxy Z Fold 5: What to expect?

As the first premium Galaxy device is all set to launch in the next month, the hype for the next eye-stealer device is also started to be formed. The next member of Samsung’s foldable family, the Galaxy Z Fold 5, has not only started to join the talks but has already left the trances of its thick specification details on the internet. Recently, some additional information regarding it has also been found, so let’s look at them. 

The Galaxy Z Fold 5 will be 3mm taller than the previous

As per the report of ThePixel, the Galaxy Z Fold 5 device is said to have no wrinkles on the screen like its predecessors and will deliver a more neat look. They also shared that the device will be 3mm taller than the Z Fold 4 device with the dimensions of 158.5 x 128.5 x 6.5mm when unfolded and 158.5 x 67.5 x 14.5mm when folded. The company has also diminished its 2-sided tilt for a better experience. 

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108MP sensor, S Pen, and IPx8 rating, it has too much to offer us

Notably, it is also said that the company has emerged Gorilla Victus Glass in it to protect its outer screen. It is also expected to have an IPx8 rating, which suggests that it is capable of bearing the wet for 30 minutes in up to 1.5m of water. The major specs of this device, which will steal everyone’s eye, are its 108MP primary camera sensor and an in-built S Pen. These two major qualities of Z Fold 5 will surely attract users to its glaze. 

Galaxy Z Fold 5: let’s know the expected specifications

  • Android 13 or Android 13L (not confirmed).
  • Maybe the One UI 5.1.1.
  • A same-as-before 4400 mAh battery (might be improved). 
  • A 7.6 inches Dynamic AMOLED Panel with 1768 x 2208 pixels resolution. 
  • Snapdragon 985 5G (maybe Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 2)
  • Cameras- 108MP(primary sensor)+64MP(2x optical zoom)+12MP(ultrawide). 
  • A 16MP selfie camera (expected).
  • S Pen support and in-built S Pen slot.

Nota bene, all this information is taken from various rumors, leaks, and reports, and is not officially confirmed yet, so please believe it with a pinch of salt. 

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