Ice Universe, the popular and somewhat reliable leaker has hinted at what to expect when the next-gen Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 debuts.
Judging from the previous model, the Z Fold 4, the device has a 62-inch cover display and a larger inner display that folds in half.
In his new report, the leaker said the next-gen Z Fold 5 will in fact retain the same cover screen size even though he didn’t mention whether the resolution will be better compared to the previous model or not.
Ice Universe has claimed to have most of the specifications of both the Z Fold 5 and the Z Flip 5 while confirming that the designs of both devices have been finalized and nothing will be changed about them.
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Although not so much is known about the next-gen Galaxy Z series, especially the Z Fold 5, judging from the previous model, there shouldn’t be a lot of differences regarding the specifications.
We however think the device will certainly feature the existing Snapdragon chipset that has been released at that time as well as possibly maintains its 12GB of RAM while storage will range between 256GB and 1TB.
Another report suggested that Samsung may be working on a new hinge technology in order to hide the crease on the foldable screen.
The majority of Chinese foldable smartphones have hinges that are designed to make their device’s creases disappear or at least be barely noticeable.
Samsung continues to dominate the foldable smartphone market with both its Z Fold and Z Flip series but as more and more smartphone makers continue to dabble into the industry, this may put a strain on the company’s share in the market.
Realme entering the Foldable smartphone too
In the second story, Realme is planning to also join the market according to the company’s VP, Sheth Madhav via a Twitter post where he asked his followers which one they would rather prefer between a conventional foldable smartphone or a flip-style clamshell.
Although rumor about the development has been swirling in the news for a couple of years now. However, the company’s top executive’s post might just be the confirmation needed for those waiting for a Realme foldable smartphone.
When or what kind of foldable smartphone Realme will debut is still a mystery but Samsung is definitely on its toes as more and more OEMs are entering the market.