Samsung has officially unveiled the Galaxy W21 5G in China as a barely bigger region-exclusive various to the Galaxy Z Fold2.
The Z Fold2 is an distinctive smartphone that showcases our folding tech future in all probability higher than the unique ever might. However for some motive, Samsung has determined that China deserves its personal model of the upgraded foldable that isn’t solely costlier, it’s additionally ever-so-slightly bigger than the Z Fold2.
When it comes to internals and specs, the Galaxy W21 5G is equivalent to the Z Fold2. It does, nonetheless, have an additional SIM card slot and the outer chassis seems to be larger than its world sibling. So, the W21 comes with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset, 12GB of RAM, and 512GB of inner storage. The triple digicam setup additionally stays the identical on the W21 — triple 12-megapixel array with primary, telephoto and ultra-wide-angle.
Photographs shared of the system side-by-side by famend Samsung leaker @UniverseIce showcase the scale distinction. We’d think about the metallic gold outer casing is the explanation for the scale distinction, as the inner show nonetheless measures in at 7.6-inches — which signifies no display dimension boosts for the Galaxy W21 5G.
As a result of this can be a extra “premium” mannequin, considerably clearly, the Samsung Galaxy W21 5G comes with a better price ticket than the Z Fold2. It’ll begin at 19,999 yuan (~$3020) which is a 2,999 yuan (~$450) bump over the usual Z Fold2. We wouldn’t count on the W21 5G to make it past Chinese language borders any time quickly.
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