# **Galaxy Z Fold5 generation release date revealed** **Galaxy Z Fold5 and Z Flip5 may be launched at Unpacked event at the end of July, 2 weeks earlier than originally planned. ** Just a few months after the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S23, the public is already gearing up for the company’s second big event in 2023. Samsung is expected to refresh its Galaxy Z duo with some notable upgrades about design and hardware. In particular, the new folding smartphone duo may be launched earlier than planned after a source in Korea revealed that the second Galaxy Unpacked event of the year will take place on July 26. This is about 2 weeks earlier than Samsung’s usual schedule. According to *Android Police*, Max Jambor, a Samsung leaker, also corroborated the above information. After launching at the end of July, the new folding phone duo can hit shelves on August 11. In addition, there are rumors that Samsung wants to optimize the amount of chips shipped to meet its revenue targets in the third quarter of 2023. This is the reason for the company’s action to launch the series of products before the usual time. This Galaxy Unpacked event will take place in Korea instead of the US or Europe like previous times. However, the small change in organization does not mean much for the internationality of the two smartphones. Recently, Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5 have appeared widely in many leaks and rumors. One notable change is that the hinge design of the Galaxy Z Fold 5 seems to be larger. Additionally, a new mechanism similar to that found on Google’s Pixel Fold allows the phone to close completely without leaving a gap between the two halves. According to *Android Police*, the design changes of the two new folding smartphones will make the phone lighter and thinner than its predecessor. Meanwhile, the Galaxy Z Flip 5 may have a new, larger secondary screen. It not only allows users to do more, but also “borrows” the Always On Display feature from the iPhone 14 Pro. Both foldable devices are equipped with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, similar to many other Android flagships. At the event in July, Samsung may launch more Galaxy Watch 6, which is expected to upgrade to a more modern processor.