Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 Images Exposed


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Samsung will launch the next-gen Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Z Fold 6 at the Unpacked Event on July 10. With the event just a week away, numerous leaks and rumors have emerged online. The latest one coming from reputable tipster Evan Blass. The tipster has revealed the images of Galaxy Z Flip 6 giving us an idea of how the new phone will look like.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 resembles its predecessors, and the design seems similar to last year’s Galaxy Z Flip 5. The phone is available in a stylish Sky Blue color. The camera lens now has a ring around it giving it a bolder look. The camera rings match the phoneā€™s color, adding to its aesthetic appeal. The cover display appears similar to last yearā€™s model. It can be seen with the functionality of health monitoring, weather, and gallery.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6

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We have seen many clamshell smartphones in the market. For example, the recently launched Moto Razr 50 series. It features a fully functional cover display and the aspect ratio is also on point. However, the aspect ratio of the cover display on the Galaxy Z Flip 6 seems a bit uncomfortable for more practical usage.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6
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Expected Specifications

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6

We do not have the images of the main display yet, hopefully Samsung did some job to make the crease look less prominent in this generation. Galaxy Z Flip 6 is expected to come with a primary Ā 6.7-inch screen. It is also expected to have an upgraded primary sensor, which is said to be a 50MP shooter compared to last year’s 12MP. The phone is also said to be powered by the flagship Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor. A few improvements are also expected in other departments such as a slightly bigger battery. That said, we will have more information once the phone goes official on July 10. Stay tuned to get the latest updates.

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