Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 Slim Tipped to Debut Later This Year With Larger Display; May Lack S Pen Support


Samsung is expected to hold its next Galaxy Unpacked event in July and the countdown is on for the announcement of the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6. The foldable line has been speculated to include a Fan Edition and Ultra versions of the Galaxy Z Fold. . According to a latest rumor, the South Korean tech brand is also working on another foldable: Galaxy Z Fold 6 Slim. It is said to be official later this year and might lack S Pen support.

According to a tweet from DSCC analyst Ross Young, Samsung is preparing a book-style foldable that is larger than the Galaxy Z Fold 6. The alleged Galaxy Z Fold 6 Slim could launch in the fourth quarter (October-December) of this year It is likely to be priced similarly to the standard model.

The slim variant is said to have a larger display than the standard Galaxy Z Fold 6 and may not have S Pen support. Young points to the possibility that the Galaxy Fold 6 Slim and the Galaxy Fold 6 Ultra are the same device. The S Pen requires a digitizer and Samsung may have removed that from the rumored model to achieve the slim build.

The FE version of its Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6 are also rumored to hit the shelves this year. They are said to be powered by the Snapdragon 7s Gen 2 processor and the Exynos 2300 SoC, depending on the markets.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 specifications (rumored)

Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked event is rumored to take place on July 10. The Galaxy Z Fold 6 comes with a titanium frame and is said to support 25W charging. It could feature a thicker form of ultra-thin glass (UTG) on the display and is expected to run on Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 mobile platform for Galaxy. It is likely to be available in dark blue, light pink and silver color options. It is recommended to carry a 4,400 mAh battery with a charging speed of 25 W.

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