Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Z Flip 5 has been making waves in the tech world, and a recent leak has revealed some exciting new details about the foldable phone’s cover display. According to Ice Universe, a reliable source for smartphone leaks, the Z Flip 5 will feature a 3.4-inch cover screen with a resolution of 720 x 748. This is a significant upgrade from the 1.9-inch 260 x 512 cover display on its predecessor, the Z Flip 4.
The leak confirms earlier rumors about the Z Flip 5’s larger cover display, which will put it in direct competition with Motorola’s upcoming Razr, which is rumored to feature a 3.5-inch cover display. Oppo’s recent Find N2 Flip also features a 3.26-inch cover display, indicating a trend towards larger secondary screens on foldable flip phones.
While it can be difficult to compare the sizes of these displays directly due to differences in aspect ratio, the trend towards larger cover screens is clear. These displays are becoming increasingly useful for more than just checking the time and notifications at a glance. The Z Flip 5’s cover display, in particular, promises to be much more functional than its predecessor’s.
The Z Flip 5 is rumoured to include a 6.7-inch internal display in addition to the bigger cover screen, with a design that is substantially the same as the Z Flip 4. Samsung is expected to unveil the Z Flip 5 alongside the latest generation of its full-size foldable, the Galaxy Z Fold 5, at an event in late July.
The Galaxy Z Fold 5 is rumored to feature a less visible crease when unfolded and may be thinner and lighter than its predecessor. Fans of foldable phones are in for a thrilling few months with the launch of both smartphones.
Overall, the Z Flip 5’s larger cover screen promises to be a significant improvement over the Z Flip 4, offering users a more functional and versatile secondary display.It will be intriguing to see what further improvements Samsung and other manufacturers introduce in the years to come as they continue to push the limits of foldable phone technology.