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Leaked Galaxy Z Fold 5 render shows a phone that can actually fold flat

Leaked Galaxy Z Fold 5 render shows a phone that can actually fold flat

What appears to be the first official photo of Samsung's next flagship foldable phone, the Galaxy Z Fold 5, has been posted by MySmartPrice (via SamMobile). While we expect to see a full reveal during Samsung's Unpacked event in Korea next month, the picture shows some details about the Z Fold 5 that may help explain how similar it is to Google's Pixel Fold And how flexible will it compete with all other mobile devices. Coming this summer.

We've heard rumors about a "water drop" style hinge, which could help reduce the appearance of screen creases when unfolded and allow the phone to close practically flat, with the same durability rating as its predecessor. Is. gives. In the image, the folded device looks like it has less of a gap when closed than the Galaxy Z Fold 4 we reviewed last year (though Samsung Display has already shown a prototype with a slim hinge that You can rotate both in and out if you want (to know what else may come in the future).

Another clearly visible but minor change is that the camera flash has been moved to the camera bump on the back, and the screen bezels look slightly thinner.

The listed expected specs include screen sizes that are unchanged from the past few years, with a 6.2-inch Full HD+ display on the outside and a 7.6-inch QHD+ display on the inside, the same Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC found on the Galaxy S23 phone. , 4,400mAh battery with 45W fast charging and 25W wireless charging, triple rear camera setup with 50MP main camera, 12MP ultrawide camera, 10MP telephoto camera and 12MP front-facing camera for open or closed use.

If you believe in the dream of a versatile phone/tablet combo perfect for multitasking, this is clearly a device to look into. However, unlike Samsung's previous folding phones, it will face competition, including the Z Flip 5 we expect to see at that Unpacked event, the Pixel Fold and even Motorola's next Razr.

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