Samsung has begun testing the Galaxy Z Flip 6, according to a report from Dutch outlet Galaxy Club. The report suggests that one of the prototypes being tested has a 50MP primary camera, which could prove to be a big upgrade for the flip phone if the rumour turns out to be true. The Galaxy Z Flip 5 currently has a 12MP primary sensor, so a switch to a 50MP sensor could come as a much-awaited addition.
Although the source did not disclose any specifics about the 50MP sensor or any other cameras on the Flip6, it was revealed that the Galaxy Z Flip6’s codename is B6, and the Galaxy Z Fold6’s codename is Q6.
Although rumours about the Galaxy Z Flip6 and Galaxy Z Fold6 have already begun circulating, it is important to keep in mind that their launch is still a year away, and these rumours may not be entirely accurate.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5: Specifications, features, and more
Currently, the Galaxy Z Flip 5 features a dual camera setup at the rear. The setup comprises of two 12MP sensors – paired with a wide and a 123-degree ultrawide lens. The main camera has dual pixel phase detection autofocus and OIS. On the inside, the Galaxy Z Flip 5 has a 12MP sensor for selfies. The phone can record videos up to 4K at 60fps from the primary camera.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 comes with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, a 3.4 inches AMOLED screen on the cover, and a 6.7 inches 120Hz AMOLED on the inside. The Galaxy Z Flip 5 starts at Rs 99,999 in India.