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There have been rumors circulating about the pricing of Samsung’s upcoming foldable devices, the Galaxy Z Flip 5 and the Galaxy Z Fold 5. According to sources, the Z Flip 5 might maintain the same starting price as its predecessor, the Z Flip 4, which launched at $1,000. On the other hand, the Z Fold 5 is expected to see a slight reduction in price compared to the previous model, the Z Fold 4, which had a starting price of $1,799 in 2022.

Although exact pricing details have not been revealed, a tweet from Tech_Reve suggests that the Z Fold 5’s price reduction is part of Samsung’s initial plan. However, it’s important to note that these plans could change in the future. While we don’t have the exact figures yet, it appears that Samsung is aiming to make its larger foldable device more affordable, albeit still likely to be in the higher price range.

Recent alleged press renders of the Galaxy Z Fold 5 have surfaced, showcasing similarities to its predecessor, including a rear triple camera setup and slimmer bezels. It’s also rumored that the device will be equipped with the powerful Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, which was introduced with the Galaxy S23 series.

In another leak, it was suggested that Samsung may partner with Google to optimize various apps for the Z Flip 5’s cover display. This would allow users to access apps like Google Maps, YouTube, and Messages directly from the foldable’s larger cover screen without needing to unfold the device.

Samsung has confirmed that its summer Unpacked event will take place in Seoul, South Korea, and will likely reveal more details about the upcoming foldable devices, along with the launch of the Galaxy Watch 6 series, which has also had some potential pricing information leaked.

Please note that the information provided is based on rumors and leaks, and official details may vary when the devices are officially announced.