It’s been the week of leaks for Samsung — there was the Note 20 Ultra, the Galaxy Tab S7+, these weird Samsung Galaxy earbuds, and now the Galaxy Z Flip 5G. The promotional video, which was most likely reserved for the Unpacked 2020 event in August, was leaked for all to enjoy.
Well-known leaker Max Weinbach posted the video on Twitter, giving us a closer look at the latest version of the foldable phone.
Judging by the video, it looks like the 5G variant will be offered in two colors — “Mystic Bronze” (to match the Note 20 Ultra) and a dark gray color. The standard Z Flip is available in Mirror Purple, Mirror Black, and Mirror Gold.
Other than the new color though, the 5G edition doesn’t look all that different from the original version. There’s still a dual-camera module, a small cover display for notifications, and a free-standing hinge.
Of course, since it’s equipped with 5G connectivity, the changes will probably be reserved for under the hood. While the standard Z Flip features Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 Plus processor, the Z Flip might instead pack the latest Snapdragon 865 Plus with support for 5G.
As mentioned before, we can expect the rest of the specs to remain mostly the same. According to The Verge, Samsung might replace the 12-megapixel ultra-wide sensor with a 10-megapixel ultra-wide sensor instead — to pair with the 12-megapixel main camera.
Although, Weinbach did point out earlier this month the only changes are that it might be slightly thicker and taller than the previous version.
We don’t have any details on pricing either, but seeing as how the original Z Flip is a pricey $1,500, you’ll probably have to pay a little extra for that 5G support.