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New Galaxy Z Fold 5 Information Shares How Bright the Screen Goes and Some Other Tidbits About Samsung’s Upcoming Foldable


New Galaxy Z Fold 5 Information Shares How Bright the Screen Goes and Some Other Tidbits About Samsung's Upcoming Foldable

The Galaxy Z Fold 5 has become the talk of the down, and considering how the phone has leaked numerous times, it is safe to say that we will be getting a lot more information on Samsung's upcoming foldable flagship and the latest bit gives us a glimpse of what the company has added in terms of hardware.

The Galaxy Z Fold 5 doesn't look to be that interesting as the release date comes even closer

Now, the Galaxy Z Fold 5 has extensively leaked in the past in terms of specs, and there is nothing new that we will find out. However, the specs that are shared with us now tell us about some of the technicalities, such as the screen brightness and other information.

The tip is coming from Ahmed Qwaider, who talks about how the Galaxy Z Fold 5 will weigh 253 grams, 10 grams lighter than the Galaxy Z Fold 4. He also claims that the Flex Mode is going to be better this time around, and it will be around 29% better. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 will feature improvements, with the CPU getting a 19% boost, the GPU getting a 25% boost, and the NPU getting a 30% boost, so you are definitely getting something that is good. The screen of the phone is going to be 1,200 nits, which honestly is not as high as some of the competition or even Samsung's own devices, but considering how it is foldable and not a Galaxy S flagship, I believe that we can overlook this one thing.

Qwaider also talks about how the Galaxy Z Fold 5 is going to offer a 50+12+10-megapixel camera configuration instead of the previously rumored 50+12+12-megapixel, and of course, there are going to be two selfie cameras, one at 10-megapixel and the other at 4-megapixel (under-display)

The Galaxy Z Fold 5 and the Galaxy Z Flip 5 are slated for 27th July and will be released alongside the new tablets and new wearables, as well. While the Flip looks like a no-brainer, I cannot say the same about the foldable because it is not looking a good buy, especially since we have not seen any changes in the overall design and Samsung is sticking mostly to the safest possible hardware choices. Sure, the phone will sell because it is currently the best foldable in the market, but this is not going to be the case for a long time since several other competitors have started coming forward with their foldable phones, and sooner or later, Samsung will have to do something about the situation.

Written by Furqan Shahid

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