Samsung was expected to launch a new smartphone in the Chinese market soon. Later, it was tipped that the company is launching a foldable phone called Samsung W21 and the launch will be held on November 4. Now, a live image has been surfaced online that reveals its rear design giving us a closer look at the phone.
According to the image, the smartphone looks identical to the recently launched Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2. It has a foldable display and a triple rear camera setup. The camera module is placed vertically and it has a textured back. It seems to be a Bronze color variant which could actually be called the Mystic Bronze similar to the Galaxy Z Fold 2.
Other than this, the foldable phone made its way to the TENAA listing which revealed its design and specs. The smartphone with model number SM-W2021 was spotted fueling the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ flagship processor.
It packs a 7.53-inch primary display sporting 2208 x 1768 pixels resolution. There is also a 6.23-inch outer screen with a resolution of 816 x 2260 pixels. It is said to come with 12MP triplets at the rear and a 12MP single front camera. It will have 12GB of RAM and a dual-cell battery backed by 25W fast charging support. The phone will be 5G-enabled and is expected to have 512GB of non-expandable storage.
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