Galaxy Z Flip 5G: New rumors reveal what Samsung's next foldable smartphone will look like

As Samsung prepares to reveal its latest technological creations in the upcoming Unpacked on August 5, new rumors are emerging about the second generation of the Galaxy Z Flip, which will support 5G.

According to well-known leakers Evan Blass and Max Weinbach, from the XDA Developers portal, who managed to have access to promotional material from Samsung, outside of the new copper color, the aspect of the smartphone does not differ much from the original equipment that SAPO TEK had the opportunity to try recently.

The new rumors advance that the only changes in the smartphone will be only support for 5G and a processor change, moving from Snapdragon 855+ to a Snapdragon 865+ from Qualcomm.

It is recalled that, previously, another set of rumors involved a Galaxy Z Flip 2 with an update to its camera system, featuring a set of three lenses on its back.

With regard to new equipment that Samsung may present in the next Unpacked, the attention of Internet users recently turned to an information leak on Samsung's own website, which may have revealed the new Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.

The first images revealed on the Russian Samsung website on July 2, showed the smartphone in a coppery color, but new photos have been shared by youtuber Jimmy Is Promo where the model of the Galaxy range now appears in a black color variant.

In line with the image previously available on the Samsung website, the model includes a three-camera sensor, including a periscope zoom lens. The Note 20 Ultra should have an Infinity-O screen with a small "cutout" in the middle for the front camera. The youtuber also shared a screenshot showing that the Note 20 Ultra will feature the One UI 2.5 operating system.