Samsung should hold its next Unpacked event in a few weeks, but the WinFuture portal has just revealed images that show what the products presented at the conference should look like. Among the items present in the leaks are the foldable Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5, in addition to the Tab S9 tablets.
In general, the images reaffirm what had already been said in previous rumors, in addition to indicating the likely color options for the devices. The Galaxy Z Flip 5 should be the model with the biggest visual changes, especially because of its external screen.
After all, Samsung will follow the trend seen in models like the Motorola Razr 40 Ultra and the OPPO Find N2 Flip, which already have a larger panel on the outside. The new device from the Korean brand should bring a 3.4-inch screen, with a “folder” format that is hidden in the advertising images.
In turn, the Galaxy Z Fold 5 should come with more discreet visual changes. The only visible difference in relation to the previous one is in the positioning of the circular flash module, which happens to be next to the rear lenses.
Both devices could bring structural news, through updated hinge mechanisms. The objective is to reduce the crease in the central part of the folding panels, in addition to increasing the resistance of the cell phones and eliminating the gap between the two parts of the screen in closed mode.
Other specs expected for the Galaxy Z Fold 5 still include:
The Galaxy Z Flip 5 is expected with the following technical sheet:
Galaxy Tab S9 has discreet visual changes
Samsung has also taken a cautious approach with the Galaxy Tab S9 lineup, with few visual changes to the tablets. The main change is the adoption of a smooth rear panel, where the lenses are “loose”, in the style of the Galaxy S23 line.
As with the current generation, the Ultra variant should bring the thinnest edges around the display. With that, it must be the only one with a notch at the top of the display, to house the front camera.
The images show the devices only in gray, but other tone options may eventually be sold by Samsung. Another novelty in the lineup should be the adoption of the OLED screen in all models, including the standard Tab S9.
With this, the specifications of the tablets can follow as follows:
A specific date for the launch of all products has not yet been announced, but Samsung has confirmed that it will hold the Unpacked event in late July in South Korea. Another performance is expected to take place in the United States in early August.