Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5’s Screen, camera, and CPU details are fully disclosed

The devices that are scheduled for launch in Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event have been getting several leaked renders marking the fact the release is near. Previous leaks regarding Galaxy Z Fold 5 revealed three external cameras’ internal displays, which hints that the model will have fewer bezels than its predecessor. It is also shown that this foldable will have a flat design. But a recent leaked tweet about the Galaxy Z Fold 5 revealed its screen, camera, and power specifications.

Ahmed Qwaider, a Twitter user, did not offer thorough information for the Galaxy Z Fold 5 as he did for Galaxy Tab S9 series characteristics. According to the information that has already been made public, the new Fold 5 model’s body has thinned out and grown lighter. Its weight will drop by 10g to 253g, which isn’t far from the 240g of the iPhone Pro Max candy bar. Additionally, the Galaxy Z Fold 5’s three cameras have 50 million(main)+12 million(ultra wide-angle)+10 million pixels(zoom), which also allow ultra wide-angle and 3x optical zoom shooting.

The Galaxy Z Fold 5’s 4400mAh battery still employs 25W flash charging technology from the previous iteration. Both the inside screen, which is 7.6-inch, and the exterior screen, which is 6.2 inches in size, have screens made of AMOLED 2x and can refresh at a high rate of 120Hz. One of the features of more sophisticated LTPO technology is the 7.6-inch primary screen. The external screen’s minimum refresh rate is 48Hz, the primary panel’s maximum brightness is 1200 nits, and the overall screen characteristics appear to be the same as in the prior iteration.

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Additionally, internet users confirmed that the Galaxy Z Fold 5 will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen2 processor. It is claimed that this processor’s CPU performance has increased by 19% compared to the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 generation, GPU image rendering has increased by 25%, and AI performance has improved. The aspect ratio has also risen by 30%, and the total performance gain is extremely striking.

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