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Leaked Z Fold 5 renders show it could solve a major foldable phone issue

As we inch closer to Samsung’s second Galaxy Unpacked event for 2023, a series of possible press renders have recently surfaced for the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and  Z Flip 5.

These images come from tech news site MySmartPrice, and truth be told, there isn’t a lot of brand-new information in these leaks. If anything, they serve to reiterate previously heard rumors, giving some past information a bit more validity. Case in point, it looks like both smartphones will feature a waterdrop hinge, a design change we first heard about back in January. This means they’ll be able to close completely flat. It’s a small addition but could go a long way in improving the durability of these devices plus reduce the on-screen crease – if only a little bit

Any reduction of the crease, however small, is welcomed. If you check out TechRadar’s review of the Galaxy Z Fold 4, one of our biggest complaints was the very noticeable crease down the middle. So it is good to see one of our demands for the Fold 5 is being (somewhat) met. 

(Image credit: MySmartPrice)

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