Samsung is working seamlessly on its Foldable lineup to make it more reliable and trustworthy. The upcoming 5th generation of the Galaxy Z Fold & Z Flip series, which will make their official appearance in front of users by the fall of this year, is said to bring numerous evolutions and modifications along. However, some reports have been found that reveal the new offerings of this series, so let’s take a look at them.
Notably, today we are shifting our focus to the Galaxy Z Fold 5 device, specifically on its hinge technology, which is initially named ‘Dumbbell’ by Samsung. According to the reports, both sides of the Galaxy Z Fold 5 device will be completely in touch with each other while folded without any gap, which is the most significant feature of this new hinge system because the previously used technology causes damage to the Display.
Let us tell you that the company is planning to emerge the waterdrop type display in this upcoming device which will be proven helpful to prevent the causes. Informatively, this Display is designed to be rolled out inside the main body in the shape of a waterdrop so that it can form some wide wrinkles. These are the main specifications of Z Fold 5’s this new ‘Dumbbell’ type hinge technology.
Consequently, this new hinge technology will surely be proven as an advantage for the foldable lineup because the company has expected to overcome the disadvantages with its help. Now the foldable will be even easier to carry due to the complete contact of its sides. However, it is currently unclear whether the company will limit it to the Fold 5 device only or will use it in the Flip 5 device as well.
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