In July of this year, the South Korean manufacturer unveiled the Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Galaxy Z Fold 5, their newest foldable smartphones, as an addition to their lineup of Galaxy Z series. This time, the manufacturer released the foldables earlier than prior times. As of now, Samsung is focusing hard on their next upcoming flagship series, the Galaxy S24. But it seems the firm is ten steps ahead in planning for its future smartphones. Nonetheless,it appears that the business has already started preparing for its upcoming foldable smartphones, since Samsung has already registered the names of its upcoming flip devices, the Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 7.
The names’ paperwork was recently spotted on the WIPO website in South Korea. No other information, like the model numbers or anything related to it, was revealed; however, it’s too early to hope for something like that. Even though both models have their own time for launch, the Galaxy Z Flip 7 most likely will come out in 2027, but Samsung wants to reassure and secure the trademark registered for its Galaxy Z series.
The Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 7 trademark applications were submitted in September of this year, and the relevant South Korean body has subsequently published them. Also mentioned by the World Intellectual Property Organization are the trademark applications. Despite the lack of official evidence, reports state that Samsung has also registered the names Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Z Fold 7. A remarkable upgrade of a 50-megapixel main camera is already being tested on an early Galaxy Z Flip 6, despite the lack of specific details at this time. The most anticipated camera improvement for Samsung’s best-selling foldable would be here if this made it into the finished product.
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