If you’re like most people who are into foldable smartphones, you’re eager to see what the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5 will be capable of. The device is expected to debut in July, along with the Galaxy Z Fold5, during the Galaxy Unpacked event.
It’s pretty much anybody’s guess at this point how the future phones will be and what they will be capable of doing. Some place their bet on the idea that Samsung will throw caution to the wind and bring completely different phones than what most of us expect. Others believe that the famous South Korean tech behemoth will take some inspiration from the previous Galaxy Z Fold4 and Galaxy Z Flip4 that came out last year.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5 will have a folder-shaped cover display
The cover display of foldable smartphones plays a crucial role, and if the latest information is true, Samsung will implement an unusual shape for the external screen of its upcoming Galaxy Z Flip5. According to reliable leakster Ice Universe, the future phone will have a folder-shaped cover display. If you’re not sure how such an implementation would look like, take a look below:
Confirmed!Galaxy Z Flip5 adopts a "folder" shaped external screen for 100% confirmation. Now adapting the software design. pic.twitter.com/89feYGmRjg
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) April 26, 2023
If we take a look back in history, we can see that Samsung unveiled both the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and the Galaxy Z Flip 4 last year in August, which means that we might expect a similar scenario with the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold5 and Z Flip5.
One of the most interesting features that both the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 and the Z Flip5 will have is the possibility to replace the devices’ batteries easier than in the case of most smartphones out there.
Don’t expect the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5 to be any cheap, as you know what they say that there’s no such thing as a free lunch. The phone will likely cost around $1,500.