When Samsung talked about the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Flip 5 — at least in reference to the cameras — it had more to do with using the rear lenses to take selfies. The company has noted the practicality of setting up its foldable phones for creative camera angles in past releases, but this time around, it largely ignores that with the Fold and touts it with the Flip
It seems the company is reluctant to put its best cameras into any phone that folds or flips open. Should a device that carries such a premium cut a few corners on the camera side?
Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Flip 5 cameras
Samsung says it used better image sensors for the main cameras on both phones, but hasn’t confirmed exactly which ones. If we’re going by past patterns, then we can assume it’s either the Isocell GN3, like the Fold 4 and Flip 4 used, or the Isocell GN5, which we’ve already seen in various phones, including the Galaxy S23+ and S23. The GN3 was in the Galaxy S22+ and S22, so we’re probably on the right track.