Keep in mind that the Galaxy Z Fold 5 already features a 50MP main camera which is a homegrown Samsung ISOCELL GN3 camera sensor. The 50MP sensors for the Flip 6 and Fold 6 could be the new ISOCELL GNK which is currently employed by the Pixel 8 Pro. The sensor uses Dual Pixel Pro auto-focus to quickly focus on objects in motion inside the frame and captures 14-bit RAW images delivering vivid colors.
Returning to the registration of the Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Flip 7 names, and the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Fold 7 monikers, Samsung also filed them with the World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO) which means that any company other than Samsung that believes that they could get away with using those names in 2024 and 2025 better think twice before using them. Notice that Samsung didn’t register any names that could be associated with a lower-priced variant of either its clamshell or book-style foldable phones.
Rumors of bargain-priced Galaxy Z foldable models were shot down by Samsung last week after talk of a foldable costing $400-$500 (compared to $999.99 for the Flip 5 and $1,799.99 for the Fold 5) was brought up by the rumor mill.
Source: Phone Arena