A stolen image of the Galaxy Z Flip 5 reveals Samsung’s foldable smartphone before July 26, 2023. (Resolution, that’s not the opening image for this article).
We already know what the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 will look like. Several promotional visuals have escaped Samsung’s vigil, allowing us to discover its new external display. Apart from these visuals, no real image has appeared on the web yet.
3.4 inch external screen?
Look no further, a ‘stolen’ image of the Galaxy Z Flip 5 has surfaced Twitter. reveal to us Galaxy Z Flip 5 Covered with a protective cover, but its outer screen is clearly distinguishable.
It is much larger than its predecessor. Its diagonal is similar to that of the Motorola Razr 40 Ultra, which you will soon be able to discover on idboox.
The panel of Galaxy Z Flip 5 measures 3.4 inches with an HD display. The notch at the top right is fully visible. This part looks like the notification bar.
This large screen should allow you to run Google-optimized apps without opening them, such as Maps or Youtube.
The position of the smartphone also allows us to see that there is no longer any space between the two parts of the smartphone when it is closed.
Galaxy Z Flip 5 – Technical specifications
Like all foldable smartphones, the Z Flip 5 will have a much larger second screen. The foldable board measures 6.7 inches. The AMOLED Full HD+ display will have a dynamic refresh rate of 120Hz.
Don’t be fooled by its size. Z Flip 5 is powered by the powerful 2nd generation Snapdragon 8 processor. It is aided by 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage.
The fingerprint reader will still be located on the side of the device. There shouldn’t be any surprises for the cameras either. The Z Flip 5 will integrate two 12MP sensors but it is not known if Samsung has improved image processing.
There will be no change on the battery side either. The capacity remains at 3,700mAh and will be compatible with 25W charging. We would have liked to make a change at this level for the Galaxy Z Flip 5 to have more autonomy.
See you on July 26th to find out more.