We should anticipate Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Flip 5 speculations to gain up steam, and a hefty report has already surfaced regarding the former. Samsung has kind of confirmed that the Galaxy S23 series will be announced on February 1, and leaks have pretty much exposed everything about the phones.
According to Vietnamese website The Pixel (via GizmoChina), the Snapdragon 985 5G from Qualcomm will power the Galaxy Z Fold 5. The most recent Qualcomm chip is the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, and if last year's performance is any indication, the Fold 5 will be powered by an plus version of the 8 Gen 2.
According to the source, the Z Fold 5's weight climbed from an already substantial 263 grammes to 275 grammes, and its thickness grew slightly from 6.3mm to 6.5mm. Although this may sound disconcerting, the increase in thickness was likely necessary to make room for the S Pen slot. Although the Fold 4 supports the Samsung stylus, most users will undoubtedly welcome having a dedicated slot for the Pen. Regarding the extra weight, it's possible that Samsung may give the Fold 5 a larger battery.
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According to the rumor, the weight gain is related to the camera sensors, which suggests that the phone will feature new, maybe larger sensors. The 10MP front-facing camera would be replaced with a 12MP one, according to an earlier rumor. The phone would reportedly have a less obvious crease, according to that claim.
Samsung produces one of the best foldable phones available, but as the rivalry intensifies, the firm must offer more than simply incremental improvements to remain competitive.