Galaxy Z Fold 5, the first live photos confirm the closure without space

galaxy z fold 5, the first live photos confirm the
galaxy z fold 5, the first live photos confirm the


Galaxy Z Fold 5 will be announced at the end of July, during a “Unpacked” event to be held in Seoul together with the Galaxy Z Flip 5. Less than a month, therefore, and we will officially discover all the novelties of these two new leaflets of which, thanks to an infinite series of indiscretions, we can say that we know practically everything by now, both from the point of view of the design and of the hardware characteristics.


One of the most interesting features of the Galaxy Z Fold5 and Galaxy Z Flip5 should be represented by the new hinge, completely redesigned by Samsung, which will allow a more adherent closure of the two parts.

In fact, this hinge should be of the “teardrop” type, similar to the one also seen on other manufacturers’ leaflets. Furthermore, the adoption of this solution should also allow the flexible panel to bend more gently inside it, considerably reducing the “crease” which is currently clearly visible and perceptible to the touch.


Furthermore, the perfect closure between the parts should also prevent the entry of sand, dust and other small solid bodies when we keep it in a pocket. In recent weeks, rumors had been circulating regarding a possible increase in the IP classification following the adoption of this solution. However, according to what the authoritative leaker said on Twitter Ice Universethe certification it should still remain IPX7therefore only water resistant.


Furthermore, in these hours, to confirm “almost definitively” all these rumors about the hinge, they have also been published on Twitter some live images in which, in addition to showing the profile of the Galaxy Z Fold5, with the two parts perfectly adhering to each other, it is also shown the rear camera layout with the LED flash (opening photo) which has been moved from the bottom to the side of the island with the three sensors (one 50 MP, one 12 MP with ultra wide angle optics and one 10 MP with telephoto lens and 3x optical zoom).


The images, published by the leaker Ahmed Qwaider show the Galaxy Z Fold5 still with all the protective films, the ones we usually find when you buy it. On the underside and underside are the i two generous stereo speakers And four microphones in addition to the USB Type-C port. Even the coloring would appear to be exactly the same Phantom Black as the current Galaxy Z Fold4


Among other hardware specifications, as already seen in recent weeks, there should be no big news. With the exception of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Samsung processor (slightly overclocked), in fact, everything else should remain very similar to what is already present in the Fold 4. In particular, the display will probably remain a 7.6-inch AMOLED at 120Hz, the one front, however, a 6.2-inch AMOLED with HD + resolution.

Galaxy Z Fold 5 Specifications

  • Internal display: 7.6-inch QXGA+ AMOLED with 120Hz refresh rate.
  • External display: 6.2 inch HD+ AMOLED.
  • Processor: Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC for Galaxy.
  • RAM/Storage: 12GB RAM, 256GB/ 512GB/ 1TB storage.
  • Drums: 4400mAh with 25W fast charging
  • Rear camera:
    • 50MP primary camera,
    • 12 MP ultra-wide-angle camera
    • 12MP telephoto camera.
  • Front camera:
    • 4MP under screen camera
    • 10MP external screen front camera.
  • Software: One UI 5.1 based on Android 13.
  • Other specifications: dual speakers, side-mounted fingerprint scanner, IPX8 rating, etc.

Furthermore, there should be in support of the Qualcomm processor 12GB of RAM and 256GB to 1TB storage. As for the battery, we talk about a 4,400 mAh with support for 25 W fast and wireless charging. To complete the data sheet, support for 5G networks, Wi-Fi 6E (7 ready), Bluetooth 5.3, NFC, assisted GPS receiver, Samsung DeX and Samsung Pay.

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