Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 prototype points to a squared-off design

We already have a sense of potential specs for the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6, but now we might have a closer look at the foldable’s design, too. Images shared by reliable leaker Ice Universe show a prototype of the Z Fold 6 with sharper edges and a slight change to its camera design, as reported earlier by 9to5Google.

The look of the dummy model tracks with the leaked marketing materials and renders we’ve seen so far, which show off a similarly boxy design and black rings around each rear camera sensor instead of silver. You can see how the Galaxy Z Fold 6 may compare to the Galaxy Z Fold 5 in the below image from Ice Universe.

The Galaxy Z Fold 5 (left) next to a potential prototype of the Galaxy Z Fold 6 (right).
The Galaxy Z Fold 5 (left) next to a potential prototype of the Galaxy Z Fold 6 (right).
Image: Ice Universe

In addition to the slight design changes, the Galaxy Z Fold 6 might not differ much from its predecessor specs-wise. The device is expected to come with the same 120Hz OLED 7.6-inch display when unfolded, while the cover display gets a small bump from 6.2 inches to 6.3, according to leaked specs shared by Smartprix.

It’s also rumored to come with an upgraded Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip, 12GB of LPDDR5X RAM, and up to 1TB of storage. The camera setup may remain unchanged as well, featuring a 50MP primary camera, a 12MP ultrawide lens, and a 10MP telephoto lens.

Despite the minor changes, the Galaxy Z Fold 6 could come with a price increase. A leak from Smartprix suggests that it will start at $1,899.99, making it $100 more expensive than the Galaxy Z Fold 5. But we’re not going to have to wait much longer to find out more about Samsung’s upcoming devices, as signs are pointing to a July 10th Galaxy Unpacked.

Author: Emma Roth
Source: Theverge

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