Samsung could be planning to add a pop-up camera to the next-gen Galaxy Z Fold
Foldable phones may not be the norm yet, but we think it has the potential to be the mainstream device in the future. We shared a blueprint of what Huawei could be planning with their own foldable clamshell design, now we bring you another one from Samsung which is a Samsung Galaxy Z Fold with a pop-up camera.
From the pages of letsgodigital.org, the unofficial Galaxy Z Fold looks similar to the current model, Galaxy Z Fold 2. It still has the same outlook with the inward and outward look and we can only assume that the screen panel size could be the same. However, one key main difference is that the screen panels are completely maximized with no camera cutout in sight thanks to the pop-up camera on the top right side.
Besides that, there is another blueprint proposal that puts all the cameras in the pop-up mechanism. As you can see, Samsung has an insane idea of putting all 6 cameras on the pop-up mechanism, with 3 in a group facing the front and the rear. This will allow more screen space but lacking a receiver, but if they choose to have it, then the triple rear camera module could just be reverted back to its original position.
None of this is official so please do take it with a pinch of salt. Nonetheless, what do you think of these designs? Let us know in the comments below and stay tuned for more trending tech news at TechNave.com.