In comparison to the 1.9-inch outer display on its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 is anticipated to have a larger 3.4-inch cover display.
Google Maps could be supported on the cover display of the future clamshell foldable phone from the South Korean giant. The smartphone anticipated for release next month is claimed to have a 3.4-inch screen in the shape of a folder, compared to the Galaxy Z Flip 4 from this year’s model’s considerably smaller 1.9-inch outside display. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 will reportedly make its debut alongside the Galaxy Z Fold 5, Galaxy Tab S9 series, Galaxy Watch 6 series, and Galaxy Buds 3 at the company’s next Galaxy Unpacked event in July.
The Galaxy Z Flip 5 cover display will now support optimised versions of Google’s apps, according to a report from last week. Google Maps, YouTube, and Google Messages were among the apps on the list. Now that it can be folded, the Galaxy Z Flip 5 will offer Google Maps on the smartphone.
Oppo, Motorola, and Vivo, Samsung’s competitors, have all released smartphones.
Only the Motorola Razr 40 Ultra, which will go on sale in India on July 3 after the foldable phone debuts worldwide, can display Google Maps and other optimised versions of apps on its cover screen. On the Oppo Find N2 Flip, meanwhile, widgets from particular apps can be displayed on the lock screen and have restricted functionality. has substantial outside displays that can compete with the future device.