Galaxy Fold 5 Leak Shows Samsung Next Foldable Fixing Its Worst Flaw – SlashGear

The biggest takeaway from this latest leak is that of the redesigned hinge hardware on the Galaxy Z Fold 5. Thanks to the reimagined mechanism, the two halves of the device will likely sit flush with each other if the renders are accurate. This will ensure that there is no gap between each half of the phone. Rumored to follow the teardrop or waterdrop design with the hinge, the tweak is a meaningful upgrade over the Galaxy Z Fold 4, which left a V-shaped gap when the phone was closed. This gap was a major worry as it allowed liquid and solid particles to creep into the gap, leaving it vulnerable to physical damage, namely the fragile inner foldable screen as well the hinge parts underneath.

Samsung charges an arm and leg to replace the foldable OLED panel on its foldable phones, so it should come as a huge relief for buyers that the Galaxy Z Fold 5 would offer significant protection from physical damage due to the open gap. Samsung is expected to use the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen SoC from Qualcomm for its next foldable, and there’s also chatter about a main camera upgrade that will also allow 8K video capture. The company is reportedly eyeing vibration motor upgrades, too, alongside an improved under-display camera and a display crease that is less noticeable to the naked eye.

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