A new rumor has surfaced, and this one is surprising. The Galaxy Z Flip 6 is tipped to use a bigger cover display. The current-gen model has a 3.4-inch one, but with the Galaxy Z Flip 6, Samsung could go beyond that size.

The Galaxy Z Flip 6 could include a bigger cover display according to a sketchy rumor

According to @TheGalox_, a tipster, the Galaxy Z Flip 6 will include a 3.9-inch display. That is highly unlikely, however. Why? Well, the CAD-based renders of the phone already surfaced, and from what they’ve shown us, there’s no way we’re looking at a 3.9-inch panel.

In fact, based on those renders, the Galaxy Z Flip 6 will retain the same display size. Another reason not to believe this information is the fact that Samsung does not make such changes year after year. The 3.4-inch display was implemented last year, so the Galaxy Z Flip 6 will almost certainly retain it.

The tipster did share some other details about the phone. We’re not sure how credible they are considering this display size info is almost certainly off. So, take the following information with a grain of salt.

The Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 for Galaxy will fuel the phone

He mentioned the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 for Galaxy SoC, which is a given. A bigger cooling system is also tipped, and a 6.7-inch main display. A 50-megapixel main camera and a 12-megapixel ultrawide camera are also mentioned.

The tipster does note that a 4,000mAh battery will be included, along with an improved hinge and internal layout of components. The Gorilla Glass Armor will protect the outer display, while the device is tipped to get 7 years of updates.

Samsung’s Galaxy AI will be a part of the picture too, while “possible 12GB RAM models” were also mentioned. The Galaxy Z Flip 6 is expected to arrive alongside the Galaxy Z Fold 6 in July. July 10 has been tipped as the launch date, but nothing has been confirmed just yet.

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