Samsung Galaxy W21 5G passes by TENAA, looks a lot like the Galaxy Z Fold2
Samsung already launched the Galaxy Z Fold2 in China back in September but China Telecom will get an exclusive Galaxy W21 5G version just like last year’s Galaxy W20. The phone appeared in a listing on certification agency TENAA complete with images that show out its slightly altered design.
The main difference comes around the back where the Galaxy W21 features a ridged design and the China Telecom logo. It’s also got a gold color finish which hasn't graced the regular Z Fold2. Everything else including the specs will be identical to the Z Fold2.
The foldable was previously certified by China’s 3C agency which confirmed its getting 25W charging just like the regular Z Fold2. The only remaining question marks are pricing and availability.
foldables are still expensive to produce.. the price is not that far off the top tier Galaxy Note or Iphone btw..
- 14 Oct 2020
Samsung promise every profit they made by selling W series phone will be donate to Project Hope,a project which aiming to help poor childern in China
- 12 Oct 2020
That's a nice back design. Looks like a sophisticated card holder or watch. I like it better than the bland look on regular Fold2
- 11 Oct 2020