Samsung W21 5G gets TENAA and 3C certifications; Launch soon

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Today, the South Korean company revealed that the launch date of the Samsung W21 5G foldable phone is Nov. 4. After the release of the Samsung W20 5G last year, which came with a dual-screen design like the Galaxy Z Fold 2 foldable smartphone, now the company is working on a successor that we might know by the name – Samsung W21 5G. 

The major difference revolves around the back design where the Galaxy W21 features a rigid design and the China Telecom logo. It has also got a gold color finish which hasn’t dignified the regular Z Fold2. The rest of all the things, including the specifications, will be identical to the Z Fold2.

The foldable was previously certified by China’s 3C agency which confirmed it is getting 25W charging just like the regular Z Fold2. 

Samsung W21 5G rumored specifications:

The Samsung W21 5G will be powered by the Snapdragon 865 Plus chipset that clocks at 3.09GHz and the SoC is coupled with 12 GB of RAM and it has an internal storage of 512 GB, missing a microSD card slot.

The Samsung W21 5G (model number – SM-W2021) measures 128.2 x 159.2 x 6.2mm and its weight is around 288 grams. It features a cover display of 6.23 inches that offers a resolution of 816 x 2260 pixels. The inner screen measures 7.53 inches and it has a resolution of 2208 x 1768 pixels. Both displays feature a punch-hole design. It has a 2090mAh + 2160mAh rated capacity dual-cell battery and the 3C certification of the phone revealed that it could arrive with support for 25W fast charging.


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