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Samsung Galaxy Z fold 5 tipped to come with a 108MP camera and a new hinge design for creaseless display

Samsung is very much at the top of the game when it comes to foldable smartphones. But the competition is getting intense. Chinese manufacturers are coming up with better designed hardware, thinner and lighter with superior camera hardware. To maintain their market lead Samsung must bring some innovation for the Z fold 5.

Even though there are a lot of foldable phones available for the Chinese market Samsung is the only one that comes to mind when it comes to the global market. But that’s gonna change soon. Oppo, Google and Vivo have plans to release foldables for the global market.

Z fold 5 new hinge patent

To say in the lead Samsung is bringing some major upgrades to the Z fold 5. New rumours show that Samsung finally figured out a way to make a creaseless design. Korean publication Naver revealed that the newly developed hinge design folds the display into a waterdrop shape which allows the screen to fold without any crease. This new hinge design will allow the phone to fold flat without any gap in the middle.

Z fold 5 dimensions

The Galaxy Z fold 5 is said to have a 7.6 inches display with 1768 x 2208 resolution. The dimensions of the device will be 158.5 x 128.5 x 6.5mm. The Fold 4’s dimensions are 155.1 x 130.1 x 6.3 mm. Compared to the Fold 4 the Fold 5 is slightly taller and less wide. When folded it measures 158.5 x 67.5 x 14.5 – 16mm.

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Foldable phones are known for their weak camera system. The fold 5 will get an upgrade to its main camera. It will have a 108MP sensor compared to Fold 4’s 50MP. The telephoto camera could get an upgrade to a 64MP sensor.


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KM Asif

KM Asif, a founding member of AndroidStory, is passionate about technology, specially smartphones. Spend most of the time of his days digging the smartphone industry.

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