Samsung launches the Galaxy Z Fold 5

Brush up your origami skills and fold away!

Picture this: you are strutting around your bank with this fancy device, looking all cool and confident. When the aged gentleman next to you asks, "Wow beta, is that a tablet or a phone?" And you'll be like, "Nah, it's the Fold5, dude!" Yup, Samsung has introduced the new Galaxy Z Fold5, equipped with a screen so large, it will definitely confuse the average Joe! 

Equipped with a stunning 7.6in QXGA+ Dynamic AMOLED 2X Main Screen, featuring a 120Hz adaptive refresh rate - it's like having a mini movie theatre in the palm of your hand! The Cover Screen may be smaller at 6.2in, but don't underestimate it - it's still a dynamic AMOLED 2X display with a fantastic 120Hz refresh rate!

Fold it up, and you'll be holding a sleek 67.1 x 154.9 x 13.4mm wonder. But open it, and it transforms into a glorious 129.9 x 154.9 x 6.1mm behemoth of a screen. And don't worry about the weight, folks - a mere 253g, making it feel like holding pure technological magic!

The camera setup on the Galaxy Z Fold5 has a 10MP Selfie Camera on the Cover and an Under Display Camera that's almost invisible! Let's not forget the rear triple camera setup - a 12MP Ultra Wide, 50MP Wide-angle, and 10MP Telephoto. That’s definitely quite a few cams if you ask us.

Powering this powerhouse is the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Mobile Platform for Galaxy. With a whopping 12GB Memory and up to 1TB internal storage, it's a beast of a device that can handle anything you throw at it. What about battery life, you ask? Fear not, as the Galaxy Z Fold5 boasts a 4,400mAh dual battery. Plus, with Fast Wireless Charging 2.0 and Wireless PowerShare, you'll be back in action in little to no time.

Running on Android 13 with One UI 5.1.1, this phone is like a finely-tailored suit for your tech-savvy lifestyle. With support for 5G and Wi-Fi 6E, it's always connected and ready to entertain you with the latest digital adventures.

So there you have it, folks, the Galaxy Z Fold5 - a foldable that'll leave you spellbound. It’s not too different from its predecessor, but that updated hinge may be worth it.