Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 Promo & Specs Leak: Stuns Fans

Aadil Raval
By Aadil Raval
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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 is inching closer to its Unpacked event in the last week of July. During this time, the intensity of leaks gets magnitude and Z Fold5 is no exception. Today, we just got our hands on the promo material for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 thanks to the folks at MySmartPrice.

Bearing the tagline “Unfold your world”, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 looks ravishing. As this is promo material, we can go forward to say these are actuals. You can clearly see a humongous display onboard with no punch-hole cut-out which is because of an under-the-display selfie shooter.

The phone folds flats without leaving any space between the display halves. This design change has been rumored for a long time for the unversed given that previous Folds didn’t close flat. A triple camera setup arranged in Galaxy S23 Ultra-ish fashion on a camera bump looks aesthetic. The phone looks awfully similar to the Galaxy Fold4 including its speaker placement, volume rockers, power buttons, and even camera placements.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5
Image Source: MySmartPrice

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 Specifications (Expected)

According to tipster Yogesh Brar, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 specifications don’t see any significant improvements. There’s a 7.6” QXCA+ AMOLED 120Hz primary and a 6.2” HD+ AMOLED secondary display. The phone is powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC which is indeed an incremental upgrade over Fold4’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC. There’s up to 1TB storage, 12GB of RAM, a 4,400mAh battery, and a 25W fast charging tech which is similar to that of Fold4, again.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 will pack in a 4MP UD selfie and a 10MP outer front camera. There’s a 50MP wide-angle, 12MP ultrawide, and 12MP telephoto snapper where the latter shows an upgrade from a 10MP to 12MP. Finally, we have Android 13-powered OneUI onboard as the software and that’s pretty much it.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 is inching closer to its Unpacked event in the last week of July. During this time, the intensity of leaks gets magnitude and Z Fold5 is no exception. Today, we just got our hands on the promo material for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 thanks to the folks at MySmartPrice.

Bearing the tagline “Unfold your world”, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 looks ravishing. As this is promo material, we can go forward to say these are actuals. You can clearly see a humongous display onboard with no punch-hole cut-out which is because of an under-the-display selfie shooter.

The phone folds flats without leaving any space between the display halves. This design change has been rumored for a long time for the unversed given that previous Folds didn’t close flat. A triple camera setup arranged in Galaxy S23 Ultra-ish fashion on a camera bump looks aesthetic. The phone looks awfully similar to the Galaxy Fold4 including its speaker placement, volume rockers, power buttons, and even camera placements.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5
Image Source: MySmartPrice

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 Specifications (Expected)

According to tipster Yogesh Brar, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 specifications don’t see any significant improvements. There’s a 7.6” QXCA+ AMOLED 120Hz primary and a 6.2” HD+ AMOLED secondary display. The phone is powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC which is indeed an incremental upgrade over Fold4’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC. There’s up to 1TB storage, 12GB of RAM, a 4,400mAh battery, and a 25W fast charging tech which is similar to that of Fold4, again.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 will pack in a 4MP UD selfie and a 10MP outer front camera. There’s a 50MP wide-angle, 12MP ultrawide, and 12MP telephoto snapper where the latter shows an upgrade from a 10MP to 12MP. Finally, we have Android 13-powered OneUI onboard as the software and that’s pretty much it.

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