Official image with Samsung Galaxy Z Fold6 and Z Flip6 leaks

Peter, 05 June 2024

Below is an image showing off the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold6 and Z Flip6 that came from Samsung’s Kazakhstan website. It shows the two new foldables from only one angle, but it’s enough to give us a feel for the design.

In short, nothing much has changed. The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold6 does look like its has less rounding on its corners than the Z Fold5 did. This matches up with the live image shared by Ice Universe a few days ago. You can see the same in this image.

Samsung allegedly slimmed down the bezels to achieve a 22:9 aspect ratio on the cover display instead of the 23.1:9 of the 2023 model, all without (significantly) changing the dimensions of the phone.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold6 and Galaxy Z Flip6 Samsung Galaxy Z Fold6 and Galaxy Z Flip6

Whether or not the pointier corner helped with that is unclear, but the rear camera appears almost unchanged. It has a raised island that holds the three lenses, with each individual lens sticking out above the island. This time they have a black border instead of a metallic ring, but that’s about it.

As for the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip6, it still has a dual camera and uses a folder-shaped cover display like the Z Flip5. This one will allegedly get a bit larger (from 3.4” to 3.9”) and indeed the display looks like it gets closer to the cameras than the old model did.

As the July launch date for the new foldables (and new wearables) nears, we expect more official images and details to break cover, so we’ll keep an eye on things.



Reader comments

  • Minu
  • 11 Jul 2024
  • ter

Aramid fibre looks beautiful on phones too! I was simply blown away by the first known use of aramid fibre on a smartphone, the beloved Motorola Droid Turbo! It's a much better choice, compared to traditional plastic imho.

  • ohm
  • 07 Jun 2024
  • G6m

Wow. Apple and Samsung are two sides of the same coin. They stick with one design for like 4 to 5 gens lol. Glad I went with other brands this year

Correct, but that's how business works. Or at least every successful business.

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