Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5: what we want to see


The flagship smartphone in the Galaxy Z Fold series is an excellent combination of design and functionality. It is predicted to be sleek, lightweight, and come in various colors. There are five crucial elements that Samsung must do in order to create the next perfect Z Fold 5 foldable phone, which we’ve listed below.

 The same cameras as the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra

The cameras of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 aren’t bad, but they’re not the best of Samsung, despite being the company’s most expensive phone. Anyone who can afford the Z Fold 4 is sure to demand the finest of the best, and on the camera front, it falls short.

So, for the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5, we want it to have the same camera setup as the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, which, based on historical performance, will most likely have the company’s greatest snappers.

Faster charging

The charging speed of most Samsung phones is fairly slow, and the Galaxy Z Fold 4 is no exception. It has a maximum power output of 25W wired or 15W wireless, which is much less than other flagships like the 150W OnePlus 10T or the 120W Xiaomi 12 Pro.

We don’t anticipate or require Samsung to attain those levels of charging power, but we’d like to see the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 divide the difference and deliver somewhere between 60W and 80W.

 A bigger battery

Along with faster charging, we’d want to see a larger battery in the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5. At 4,400mAh, the battery in the Galaxy Z Fold 4 is ordinary at best and is actually smaller than the batteries in many other phones.

However, considering the large foldable screen, it could benefit from a larger battery. So, at the very least, we’d like a 5,000mAh battery in the Z Fold 5 – the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra has one, so it shouldn’t be too much to ask.

A lower price

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4‘s single major flaw is its price, as it is one of the most expensive phones on the market, almost making the iPhone 14 Pro Max look cheap in comparison.

Given the size of the screen and the technology required, it’s not surprising that the price is high, but if this folding line is to become genuinely popular, the price must fall, and we hope Samsung begins to do so with the Galaxy Z Fold 5.

No visible crease

As great as Samsung’s foldable screens are, the company hasn’t cracked the crease, which is apparent and feels like it when you swipe across the screen.

This isn’t a big deal, and most people will get used to it soon, but it’s a flaw in an otherwise amazing screen, so we’d want to see Samsung properly disguise it on the Galaxy Z Fold 5.

Also Read: Google Pixel Fold

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