Samsung: Samsung to launch another foldable phone on November 4: Report – Eagles Vine

South Korean tech giant Samsung is all set to introduce a new ‘rebranded’ phone in its foldable phone lineup — the Samsung W21 5G– on November 4 in the Chinese market, as per a report by MyFixGuide. The report is based on a poster shared by digital blogger @HHP Good on Weibo.
The Samsung W21 5G is the claimed to be the rebranded version of the Galaxy Z Fold2 5G for the China market. However, the phone may come with some design differences in the colour of the hinge (which could be in Gold, as per TENAA listing) and the back design, as per the report. The back of the smartphone will reportedly have a vertical line design. The W21 5G will launch only in one colour: Gold, says the report.
Some of the probable specifications the phone may have, as per the report, are a dual AMOLED display with the primary screen of 7.59 Inches with 2208×1768 (2K+ resolution) and the secondary screen of 6.23 Inches with 2260×816 (HD+ resolution). The phone dimensions are claimed to be 128.2×159.2×6.2(mm) and its weight to be 288 gm.
Some of the other expected specifications are a 7nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ processor, 12GB+256GB variant, a triple rear camera setup of 12MP+10MP+10MP, a 12MP selfie snapper and a 4500mAh battery. The W21 5G is expected to come with a fingerprint sensor on the side.

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