Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 Slim to Debut as Samsung W25 in China This October

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 Slim to Debut as Samsung W25 in China This October

On July 10, 2024, Samsung has scheduled a Galaxy Unpacked event. It is expected that the company would introduce the Galaxy Watch 7 and new Galaxy Buds in addition to its next-generation foldable smartphones, such as the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6. There have been rumors that Samsung is working on a second foldable device, which would be named the Galaxy Z Fold Slim. This next smartphone has now been further illuminated by tipster Ice Universe.

According to Ice Universe, the Galaxy Z Fold 6 Slim is going to be a slimmer and lighter smartphone that does not support the SPen. Under the Samsung W25 name, this gadget will make its debut in China. In addition, the source states that this smartphone will launch in October, but he doesn’t specify if it will launch as the Samsung W25 or the Galaxy Z Fold 6 Slim.

The Samsung W series of smartphones, for those who may not know, are only available in China. This premium rebranding of Samsung’s most recent Galaxy Z series devices is the result of a partnership with China Telecom. Contributions to charitable causes are made possible by the sales of Samsung W series devices. The Samsung W24 and W24 Flip were introduced by the company last year; they were essentially renamed Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Flip 5 smartphones with an opulent appearance.

Turning back to the Galaxy Fold 6 Slim, the drive was previously seen under the names “Galaxy Z Fold 6 Ultra” and with model numbers SM-F958N and SM-W9025. One is intended for the South Korean market, while the other is based on the Chinese model. It’s unknown at this time whether Samsung plans to release the smartphone outside of these two areas.

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