Samsung has unveiled its fifth-generation Galaxy foldables, the Galaxy Z Flip5 and Galaxy Z Fold5, offering cutting-edge form factors, sleek designs, and powerful performance.
These devices boast the new Flex Hinge, providing a balanced and robust design, along with remarkable camera capabilities such as FlexCam, enabling creative photo angles. With optimized battery life and the latest processor, the Galaxy Z series sets new possibilities for foldable smartphones.
Both the Galaxy Z Flip5 and Galaxy Z Fold5 are engineered for durability, featuring a shock dispersion layer, Armor Aluminum frames, and Corning Gorilla Glass Victus2 for enhanced protection. The Flex Hinge’s dual rail structure further ensures resistance against external impacts.
The Galaxy Z Flip5 is a pocketable self-expression tool with a stylish foldable experience. Its new Flex Window offers customization options like informative and graphical clocks, and users can access useful information and notifications even when the device is closed. The camera experience is versatile, with high-quality selfies from the rear camera using the larger Flex Window, and FlexCam enabling hands-free photos from creative angles. AI-powered improvements, including Nightography and 10X zoom, enhance photo quality.
The Galaxy Z Flip5 retails for P64,990 (256GB variant) and P71,990 (512GB variant).
Galaxy Z Fold5
The Galaxy Z Fold5 excels as a productivity powerhouse, featuring a large screen and a long-lasting battery. It offers various productivity tools like Taskbar, drag and drop, and S Pen Fold Edition for a superior writing experience. The 7.6-inch Main Screen provides an immersive viewing experience, with increased peak brightness for outdoor usage. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Mobile Platform enhances graphics and enables dynamic gaming. The advanced cooling system ensures smooth gaming performance without lag.
The Galaxy Z Fold5 is priced at P98,990 (256GB variant), P105,990 (512GB variant), and P119,990 (1TB variant).
The devices’ longevity is optimized with five years of security updates and four generations of OS upgrades.
General availability for both devices starts on Aug. 18, 2023.