The tech community is currently abuzz with anticipation for the upcoming release of the Galaxy Z Fold 5 on July 27. However, recent information suggests that Samsung has already set its sights on the Galaxy Z Fold 6.
Renowned informant Revegnus has shed some light on the Galaxy Z Fold 6, claiming that Samsung plans to make changes to the aspect ratio of the device’s display. While not entirely surprising, this news confirms our suspicions about Samsung’s ongoing efforts to innovate.
It’s worth noting that the Galaxy Z Fold series has previously undergone a significant aspect ratio transformation with the introduction of the Galaxy Z Fold 4, boasting a unique 23.1:9 aspect ratio. This unconventional design set it apart from other smartphones on the market. However, the latest rumors suggest that the Galaxy Z Fold 6 might take a completely different approach, resembling a more conventional device with a different aspect ratio.
The leaker also shared additional key details about the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 6, stating that Samsung will likely retain the same camera system found in the Galaxy Z Fold 5. This aligns with Samsung’s tendency to make incremental improvements to specifications, focusing primarily on processors.
It’s important to keep in mind that the launch of the Galaxy Z Fold 6 is still over a year away, and much can change during that time. For now, we recommend waiting for the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and hoping that Samsung delivers a flagship product that lives up to the company’s reputation.
The Galaxy Z Fold 5, along with other devices, will be officially unveiled on July 27. Stay tuned for more updates and exciting developments from Samsung’s foldable smartphone lineup.