Galaxy Z Flip 5 Protective Case Leak Confirms “Revamped” Cover Screen Design
Numerous reports suggest that the next Galaxy Z Flip 5 will have a bigger cover display, and a recent leak is adding credence to the notion of a revamp.
The next-generation foldable might come with an official protective cover, according to the leaked image below showing a transparent sleeve for the Galaxy Z Flip 5 (via @UniverseIce). Naturally, there are three openings in the case, one of which accommodates a sizable cover screen in the form of a notched flap.
The cameras and an LED flash are accommodated by the other two cutouts in the casing. The Galaxy Z Flip 5 will still have two cameras, however the specific sensors are yet unclear. According to a different recent report, the cover display of the Galaxy Z Flip 5 measures 3.4 inches and has a resolution of 720 by 748, translating to a pixel density of around 305 pixels per inch.
Users will be able to do more things without needing to flip up the phone thanks to the bigger cover screen. Furthermore, regardless of the color of the phone, the cover screen will be mounted on a black background and won’t be very visible while the device is off.
The Galaxy Z Flip 5’s new design may be released by Samsung sooner than normal. The Galaxy Z Flip 5’s cover screen’s design and specs have been the subject of several speculations, while other rumors are concerned with the phone’s availability.
The Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Z Fold 5 might be unveiled in July, according to reports that Samsung has begun mass producing certain components sooner than expected. The newest foldable phones may thus be available starting in early August.