Foldable Samsung W21 5G to launch later this month — exclusively — in China
China is an interesting market for luxury phones since Samsung has already come up with a few special designs that targeted exclusively this exotic market. The Samsung W21 5G might not be a radical design, but simply a special edition of the existing Galaxy Z Fold2 5G, a premium foldable device that was introduced this summer.
The list of specs and features of the Samsung W21 5G includes the high-end Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ processor with Adreno 650 graphics, 12 GB of memory, no less than 512 GB of internal storage space, as well as a 7.6-inch main display with 1,768 X 2,208 pixels and a 6.23-inch external display with a resolution of 816 X 2,260 pixels. Strange enough, the Samsung W21 5G is larger than the Galaxy Fold2 5G, although their displays have the same sizes. The proof has just been posted on Twitter by Ice universe (click here to see it).
The Samsung W21 5G will hit the Chinese market on November 20 for a wallet-hurting price of CN¥19,999 (roughly US$3,000). Non-Chinese customers could probably get one via less official channels, but that remains to be seen. After all, the Galaxy Fold2 5G is not that different. However, the Samsung W21 5G looks like an interesting item for collectors worldwide — as long as their budgets are generous enough.