Galaxy Z Fold 5, Z Flip 5, and Tab S9 series leaks official renders


Just a few days time remain until the release of Samsung’s new foldables, and right now we’re getting our best look yet at the Galaxy Z Fold 5, the Flip 5, as well as Samsung’s new Galaxy Tab S9 series.

Today, WinFuture released a sizable collection of renders of Samsung’s forthcoming flagship devices, revealing all of the new foldables’ colors as well as all five of the devices’ angles. 

The official-looking pictures reveal that none of these devices have actually undergone significant changes. With the same exterior display and camera configuration as its predecessor, the Galaxy Z Fold 5 appears quite similar. The revised hinge, which was previously revealed, and the device’s appearance as being thinner are the sole unique features. The LED flash has also been moved.

Galaxy Z Fold 5

The Fold 5 is seen in beige, black, and a brand-new blue color. Only a few of the stolen photos are included below. Other pictures of the Galaxy Z Flip 5 in its four primary colorways—beige, black, green, and purple—are also released in the same article.

Galaxy Z Flip 5

The enormous new exterior display on Samsung’s new flip phone is, of course, the most noticeable improvement. The display in these images appears smaller than it actually is due to the dark imagery, but it is reportedly 3.4 inches in size and will receive specialized apps from Google.

Finally, this is where we get our first thorough look at the Galaxy Tab S9 series. With the same basic layout, the Tab S9, S9+, and S9 Ultra all make an appearance. two cameras, albeit there is only one on the lowest model, an S Pen charging station on the back, a large front panel with thin bezels (and a notch on the Ultra).

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Galaxy Tab S9 Series

Even though the design is nearly identical to that of the Tab S8, this is actually a positive. The addition of an IP classification for water and dust protection, which is uncommon on tablets, is reportedly the major update Samsung has in store, in addition to using  Snapdragon 8 Gen 2. At an Unpacked event that has been confirmed for late July from South Korea, Samsung is anticipated to introduce all of these products as well as a few others.

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