By now, we are all sure that the next foldable phones from Samsung, the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5 will be launched next month. Based on the design and full specs sheet that have been leaked online, we all probably now have an idea of what to expect.
This year, Samsung is shifting focus from the United States and will instead host the launch event in its home country, South Korea at the end of July.
As I mentioned, we have already seen a number of leaks already giving us an idea of what to expect. The latest leaks courtesy of SnoopyTech have however gone all in giving us a clear picture of how the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5 will look like.
SnoopyTech has also gone ahead and all the specifications of the Galaxy Z Flip 5 and the Galaxy Z Fold 5.
The leak reveals that the Galaxy Z Flip 5 features a 6.7-inch primary (foldable) screen with Full HD+ resolution and a 1Hz-120Hz variable refresh rate. The cover screen will be 3.4 inches with a 748×720 pixels resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate as well.
The foldable phone will reportedly also feature the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, 8GB RAM, and 128GB/256GB internal storage.
The phone will also run Android 13-based One UI 5.1.1 out of the box, similar to what we will be getting on the Galaxy Z Flip 5.
The leak suggests that the Galaxy Z Fold 5 will feature a 7.6-inch main screen with a 2,176 x 1,812 pixels resolution and a 1Hz-120Hz variable refresh rate. The cover screen on the other hand will measure 6.2 inches with a resolution of 2,316 x 904 pixels. It will also come with a 120Hz refresh rate.
The phone will reportedly come with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, 12GB RAM, and 256GB/512GB storage. Just like the Flip 5, the phone will run Android 13-based One UI 5.1.1 out of the box.
One thing is clear though, the new foldable phones are expected to bring improved durability, performance, and battery life and we can’t wait.
Samsung has also set some crazy sales targets for the new foldables this year. The company hopes to ship 15 million units of the two foldable phones, a 60% increase compared to last year.