Galaxy Z Fold5 First official image leaks


The first image of the Galaxy Z Fold5 appears to be officially surfaced online. The new foldable smartphone is expected to be launched next month, and it appears to be a marketing image for it. Given that the formal launch is just over a month away, it’s hardly unexpected that the most significant leaks have just actually started to surface.

There have already been several Galaxy Z Fold5 leaks, including online renders that have helped us get a good idea of the device’s design. This allegedly promotional photo for the new foldable smartphone is consistent with past leaks, so this may be our first glimpse of the product.

The Galaxy Z Fold5 will look like

The design displayed in the image shared by MySmartPrice is very similar to the one in the leaked renders. A sleek camera cutout, more refined edges, and what looks to be a new hinge design that makes the device slimmer and closes the space between the screens are just a few of the subtle design improvements.


The image also shows an S Pen. Like its predecessor, this device will support the S Pen. Nevertheless, as Samsung still doesn’t include the S Pen with Galaxy Z Fold smartphones in the box, you will need to buy the stylus separately. Everything else, including the speaker grills and microphone locations, seems to be in the same location as the previous design.

The Galaxy Z Fold5 will use a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, according to what is currently known. It will have a 6.2-inch Full HD+ cover display and a 7.6-inch folding display with QHD+ resolution. Also, a 4,400mAh battery with 45W fast charging is believed to be included in the device.

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In Seoul, South Korea, on July 27, Samsung has scheduled an Unpacked event where the Galaxy Z Fold5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5 will certainly be introduced. According to rumors, the new foldable phones will be available starting on August 11.

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