Samsung is all set to launch its ‘Galaxy Unpacked Event,’ which will be held in Seoul, South Korea, at the end of this July. The most anticipated foldable Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5 will be made available for purchase, and it is considered the most significant move forward in Samsung’s foldable phone series. The confidential news that we got until now is that the new cover screen has a folder-like structure and has optimized Google Applications as a result of collaboration between Samsung and Google.
Ahead of its launch, a Twitter user has revealed something related to this model. The tipster Vetrox360 took the liberty of using the material that has appeared thus far as the foundation for concept design and animation. The concept movie depicts what the Galaxy Z Flip 5 cover screen UI may actually look like. Additionally, it shows that the Samsung Clock app would appear on the cover screen before being minimized. But keeping the excitement aside, it is necessary to understand that this is a fan-made image, moreover, an anti-leak drive.
So things may come differently in the original product. Earlier leaks of this product revealed that the Galaxy Z Flip 5 would receive a 3.4-inch Super AMOLED cover display covered by Gorilla Glass Victus+. It allegedly boasts a resolution of 720 x 748, resulting in a pixel density of roughly 35 ppi. It is also said to have a larger secondary display and covers about half of the handset and should improve the usability of the flip phone when entirely folded and shut.
A Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, 8GB RAM, storage option of 128 GB/256 GB, 5G connectivity, eSIM support, a USB 3.2 Type-C port, 25W fast charging, and wireless charging are the prominent features accompanying the model.
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