Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5 to Launch in 2023
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4 will reach markets in August, and the anticipation around the Flip-Fold series 4 is bubbling. The South Korean publication Elec published first-hand information on Samsung Galaxy flip 5 and Z fold 5 series. According to reports from the Korean website, the Flip-Fold Samsung series will reach the market in 2023. The report reveals features and expectations on the chipset, camera, and sales margins.
Samsung will have Qualcomm’s next-generation snapdragon 8 Gen 2. Snapdragon generation one has a speed of 3.2 GHz, which increases the clock speed of the prime core and boost the performance of the GPU and system. Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 is a successor yet to launch and is expected to be a high-speed icon for the phones.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold series will have a triple camera unit sensor with a 50-megapixel ‘ISOCELL GN3’ camera and a 12-megapixel front-facing camera. The ISOCELL GN3 offers high-resolution slow-motion recording playback support along with a slow-motion recording and playback support of 8K at 30FPS and 4K at 120 FPS to best capture movement.
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The report predicts Samsung is aiming for a combined sales target of 15 million units in the commerce market, with over 10 million units of Z Fold 5 along by the second half of 2023. They also forecasted it would sell 8 million units of Z Flip 5 and 2 million units of Z Fold 5.
The devices immediately launched under the Samsung banner are Galaxy Z Fold 4, The Z Flip 4, Galaxy watch 5 and Watch 5 pro. These devices will reach the market on August 26 according to leaks (from where?).
According to market research firm Canalis, the foldable phone market is growing at a CAGR of 122% from 2019 to 2024. Samsung continues to hold a profitable share in the smartphone market, and will grow with the new launch in the stack.