One of the defining features of the upcoming Z Flip5 is definitely its new larger cover display. Various rumors and renders of the flip phone have already pictured the "folder shaped" cover display. Now we also have a couple of photos of a snap-on plastic case for the Z Flip5, which reaffirm the display's large size and odd shape.
As far as we currently know, said cover display will measure 3.4 inches in diagonal and feature a resolution of 720 x 748 pixels. That leaves plenty of space for shortcuts and widgets, alongside a large clock, making the new display a lot more functional than the 1.9-inch unit on the Z Flip4.
We still don't know a lot about the rest of the hardware on the Z Flip5. By all accounts, a new hinge design will ensure a much tighter closure with a minimal or even non-existent gap. Expectedly, the Z Flip5 will be running on the latest and greatest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy mobile platform. As far as we currently know, the Z Flip5 will come with either 128GB, 256GB or 512GB of storage, with the 128GB model using a UFS 3.1 chip instead of UFS 4.0. This coincides with the current Z Flip4 storage tiers. We also believe that, like its predecessor, the Z Flip5 will have two 12MP cameras (main and ultrawide), but potentially ones using new sensors. The charging rate will likely remain at the familiar 25W.
not bad altho razr kind of has then beat with the screen going over the cameras as well, but samsung will likely be better in everything else so...
If the price is right at launch or after it inevitably drops later.