Last year’s Galaxy Z Flip5 featured a 3.4-inch cover screen, an upgrade from the Z Flip4 and Flip3’s 1.9-inch panels. According to reliable leakster @TheGalox_, the upcoming Flip6 will have an even larger 3.9-inch screen. For the updated cover screen, Gorilla Glass Armor protection is also suggested.

Samsung is expected to go with a 6.7-inch main screen, an improved hinge, and a bigger cooling system. It will come with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset and up to 12GB of RAM, which will be the first time Samsung’s Flip series has more than 8GB of RAM.

It will reportedly have two sensors on the back, including a 50MP primary camera and a 12MP ultrawide lens. Likewise, Samsung will offer 7 years of software and security updates with its Galaxy AI features.

According to rumors, the Flip6 will have a 4,000 mAh battery, an upgrade over the Flip5’s 3,700 mAh. Along with the Fold6 and Galaxy Ring, Samsung is expected to announce the Flip6 at Galaxy Unpacked in July.

Galaxy Z Flip6:

The Galaxy Z Flip5 looks extremely similar to the Galaxy Z Flip6, which was to be expected since the company introduced some major changes last year. It still has only two cameras, and its sides are completely flat. Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip6 has curved corners, unlike its Galaxy Z Fold6.

The Galaxy Z Flip6 has a 6.7-inch inner OLED screen, according to these renders. In addition, the selfie camera is positioned centrally in a punch-hole cutout. There is a 3.4-inch cover display on the front with a folder-shaped design on the bottom. In terms of the hinge, it doesn’t look any different from the one on the Galaxy Z Flip5.

There has been an increase in depth from 6.9mm to 7.4mm, suggesting an increased battery size is on the horizon. As well as keeping the overall design and form factor of the current foldable, Samsung will only make slight adjustments to the dimensions. The company has spent years improving its design, which is reflected in this conservative approach.