The Galaxy Z Flip6 was rumored to have a 50MP primary rear camera in August 2023. New leaks confirm that rumor was accurate. An image of the upcoming Flip foldable recently appeared on the Camera FV-5 platform. Also, the device has been certified by the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS).

Samsung launched the Galaxy Z Flip5 last year with an unchanged camera system. A 12MP main camera, a 12MP ultrawide lens, and a 10MP selfie camera are the same specs as those on the Galaxy Z Flip4. Several days after its launch, the company confirmed that its next Flip phone would feature a 50MP main camera. The camera upgrade was still very early in the process.

It looks like the Galaxy Z Flip6 will receive this upgrade today. The global version of the upcoming foldable (model number SM-F741) has been spotted on the Camera FV-5 platform by 91Mobiles. According to the listing, the main camera has a resolution of 50MP. It says a 12.5MP primary rear camera, but it should be a default output with 2×2 pixel binning. Therefore, the phone produces 12.5MP photos by default, despite having a 50MP sensor.

The lens will have a f/1.8 aperture, EIS+OIS, and a focal length of 5.4mm. There will also be other lenses, but those details are still being kept under wraps.