From www.androidheadlines.com

It seems like the Galaxy Z Fold 6 will recycle the Galaxy Z Fold 5’s camera hardware. This information comes from Ice Universe, as he claims that the Galaxy Z Fold 6 will have the exact same cameras as its predecessor.

The Galaxy Z Fold 6 will recycle camera hardware, a well-known tipster claims

In his X post, he was very clear when stating that all of the phone’s cameras will be the same. He mentioned rear cameras, a front camera, camera specifications in general, UPC, and aperture value. There will be no change whatsoever.

If that ends up being the case, Samsung really is risking annoying its consumers. If we take into account the Galaxy Z Fold 4, the company has been pushing this camera hardware for far too long.

There are other foldable smartphones in the market that have much better camera hardware at this point. They also offer better camera performance as a result of that, and improved image processing too, of course.

Samsung could end up improving its camera algorithms and whatnot, but there’s only so much the company can do with this camera hardware. Many people have been expecting an improvement in that regard.

The source said that AI will be the main selling point for Samsung’s new foldable

The tipster was asked “what’s the selling point” of the phone then, considering that not much will change, aside from the aspect ratio. He said that Samsung will focus heavily on AI, and will push it as the main selling point.

Let’s hope that the company will change things up with the Galaxy Z Fold 7 next year. The competition is going forward in a number of ways, and it just feels like Samsung is lagging behind.

The company could, of course, bounce back really fast, as it does have the knowledge and resources to do that. It remains to be seen if things will change next year.

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