The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 isn’t expected to launch until July or August — well after the Galaxy S23 series. But that hasn’t stopped rumors about its possible design and features from trickling in.
Recently one report said that the Galaxy Z Fold 5 could be much thicker and heavier this time. Now we are hearing about Samsung reportedly fixing one of the biggest design flaws with foldable phones with a new display and hinge mechanism and also a possible camera upgrade for its Galaxy Z Fold 5.
South Korean publication Naver(opens in new tab) says that Samsung could eliminate the crease completely on the Fold 5 by going with a new “waterdrop” type display structure. This means that the company’s next foldable phone will fold out to be completely flat with no gap between the two halves of the phone and, more importantly, it could have a creaseless display.