Samsung is expected to launch the new Flip series; it is Galaxy Z Flip 5. However, the Galaxy Z Fold devices have some differences of the features with Samsung’s Galaxy S in some specs.
For example, the Galaxy Z Flip series have better camera features than Samsung’s mid-range phones but don’t measure up to the cameras on the Galaxy S and Galaxy Z Fold lineups. Unfortunately, the Flip series misses out on an important feature like Samsung DeX. And thanks to the compact dimensions, all the Z Flips have to make do with fewer rear cameras and smaller batteries.
Even Samsung DeX missed this device, but this smartphone will support Wi-Fi 6E networks. But with the Galaxy Z Flip 5, Samsung has finally changed that.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 will be the first foldable smartphone that supports Wi-Fi 6E networks. This feature debuted on Galaxy S21 Ultra some years ago.
Wi-Fi 6E has some upgrades from the previous version of the Wi-Fi 6 standard and operates on the 6GHz band instead of the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands used by previous Wi-Fi standards. The 6GHz band will serve better stability than the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands.
The Wi-Fi 6E networks have faster connectivity, lower latency, and less interference as a result. However, Wi-Fi 6E networks are still available in some regions.
Of course, users need to have a router that supports Wi-Fi 6E as well. You can pre-order the Galaxy Z Flip 5 in some countries with some benefits before the August 11 release date or a $50 credit.