Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 leaks point to camera info. The main camera of the yet-to-be-released phone according to the leak is still the same as before as there are no upgrades recorded.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 Leaks Point to Camera Info
As the months wind down, we are getting closer to the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5. But with that and according to a leaker with a good track record, the primary camera of this device is not going to be any different from what is currently on the present model.
This is coming from Ice Universe which is one source that usually is spot on in regard to mobile predictions. And according to this tipster, it is “impossible to use HP2” in the Galaxy Z Fold 5, so this very particular spec is not going to be having any upgrade to its name this year.
Why It Is Impossible To Use HP2 in the Galaxy Z Fold 5
That “HP2” is referring to the 200MP ISOCELL HP2 sensor of Samsung which it has been able to cram into the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. One thing we don’t know is why it is impossible on the Z Fold 5, maybe due to physical space restrictions or some kind of engineering problems.
This however brings us back to the main camera module present on the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 as it boasts a triple-lens 50MP + 12MP +10MP camera on the back but simply depending on how it is folded, a single lens 4MP camera that is underneath the main screen and lastly a single-lens 10MP camera on the cover display out on the front.
Samsung Might Just Be Upping the Primary Camera Lens to 108MP
And according to this latest rumor, those specs in question will not be changing his time around, well at least not the main camera module. We had previously heard that Samsung might just be upping the primary camera lens to 108MP this time around.
When Will Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 Make Its Debut
If Samsung however gets to stick to the same schedule as the previous year, we should be seeing the Galaxy Z Fold 5 make its debut along with the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 sometime around august. Well, you should now be expecting a huge jump forward in regard to internal components.