Galaxy Z Flip 5 could access Google Maps on cover screen

Samsung’s next foldable, the Galaxy Z Flip 5, has been the subject of several intriguing tidbits of information as the final announcement draws near. Finally, the Galaxy Z Flip 5 is receiving a display update that will truly admire the fans of this edition and that this model is worth the wait. According to the trustworthy tipper with username @chunvn8888, the Galaxy Z Flip 5’s cover display will let you access Google Maps. The Galaxy Z Flip 5 cover display will include full Google Maps functionality, enhancing the functionality of the phone.

Since you practically browse on your phone without having to unfold the gadget, this will greatly increase the functionality of the phone. This may be seen as a little enhancement, but unfolding and folding it back is a reliable feature for everyday users. On the cover screen of Galaxy Z Flip 5, users could access Google Maps as well as other Google applications like Messages and YouTube. It’s currently unclear if the entire software will be available on the cover screen, like it is on Motorola Razr 40 Ultra, or if Google Maps will only provide crucial navigational updates there.

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Although the screens on flip-style phones from OPPO and Vivo are larger, they can only show notifications through widgets. The most recent source also said how the cover display on the Galaxy Z Flip 5 would include additional optimized applications that will allow for a better experience in a reduced resolution with an unusual aspect ratio.

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Samsung DeX is a new feature for the Galaxy Z Flip series, debuting with the Galaxy Z Flip 5; however, it can only be accessed wirelessly. On 27th July, everything will be revealed, so it is necessary to ensure everything about Galaxy Z Flip 5 and also including Galaxy Z Fold 5.

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