Samsung will unveil the Galaxy W21 5G, a new foldable smartphone, on November 4
Samsung has confirmed that it will be announcing another foldable smartphone next week, the successor to the Galaxy W20 that the company announced last year. Called the Galaxy W21 5G, the device will debut on November 4 in China. Like last year's Galaxy W20, it seems that the Galaxy W21 5G will never make it outside of China.
However, the TENAA has already offered a glimpse of the Galaxy W21 5G, thanks to a recent certification listing. Essentially, the Galaxy W21 5G is a new variant of the Galaxy Z Fold2, which Samsung sells globally. Samsung has given the Galaxy W21 5G a gold trim with what appears to be a textured back, but the essence of the Galaxy Z Fold2 remains unchanged. The appearance of a China Telecom logo on the TENAA images practically confirms that Samsung will only sell the Galaxy W21 5G in China.
The TENAA certification has revealed almost all of the specifications of the Galaxy W21 5G, too. There are no surprises here either, with Samsung supporting a 7.59-inch main display with a 6.23-inch secondary one. A Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ is also onboard, as is 12 GB of RAM, 512 GB of storage and a 4,500 mAh battery. The four cameras of the Galaxy Z Fold2 remain, too.