Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 likely to get upgraded optics

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  • Samsung is already working on the Galaxy Z Flip 6
  • The Z Flip 6 is expected to get a new 50MP primary camera
  • The phone is expected to be launched in Q3

Samsung recently unveiled the Galaxy Z Flip 5 in the global markets last month, and already, speculation is swirling about the next iteration. The Galaxy Z Flip 5 introduced crucial improvements, including a larger cover display, improved battery life, an innovative hinge, and the notably faster Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor.

In a bid to revolutionize the optics of the Galaxy Z Flip 6, Samsung is preparing for a substantial transformation.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 to get a 50MP camera

Reports from GalaxyClub indicate that Samsung is currently in the testing phase for the Galaxy Z Flip 6, with prototypes featuring an impressive 50MP primary camera. This marks a significant leap from the 12MP primary camera of the Galaxy Z Flip 5. The prototype of the Galaxy Z Flip 6 goes by the codename B6, a departure from the B5 codename of the Galaxy Z Flip 5. In a parallel development, the Galaxy Z Fold 6 prototype carries the codename Q6. While specifics about the new 50MP camera sensor remain undisclosed, there is a possibility that it mirrors the 50MP camera used in the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23+ models.

The extent of improvements to the ultrawide and selfie cameras on the Galaxy Z Flip 6 is yet to be determined. It’s plausible that Samsung might implement a shift to a 12MP selfie camera, akin to what’s featured in the Galaxy S23 series.

Beyond the camera upgrades, there’s anticipation that the upcoming Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Z Fold 6 will debut with either the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 or the Exynos 2400 processor, which is also expected to power the Galaxy S24 lineup. These devices are likely to launch running the Android 14-based One UI 6 software and will sport larger batteries to meet enhanced power demands.

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