Today, Samsung announced a modified version of the Galaxy Fold: the W20 5G in China, which is the first handset manufacturer with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ processor. There are also some differences in design, including flatter edges, but the screen remains foldable to expand into a tablet size.
The Samsung W20 5G features a 4.6 inch Super AMOLED external display for use when the phone is closed. When you open it, you’ll find the 7.3-inch Flexible Dynamic AMOLED display with HDR10 support.
The W20 5G embraces the improvements that Samsung has implemented to make the Galaxy Fold less fragile. This includes flexible parts on the top and bottom where the folding screen meets the hinge to prevent dust from entering. The edges of the W20 5G are flat, while they have a more rounded look in Galaxy Fold. However, the volume, power, chip tray and fingerprint buttons are in the same position.
The processor is the Snapdragon 855+, clocked at the prime core (Kryo 485 Gold) and graphics chip operating at a higher frequency. However, it still has 12GB of RAM and 512GB of non-expandable storage in addition to the 6 cameras.
There is no headphone jack, just a USB-C port. Fortunately, the W20 5G comes with a pair of Galaxy Buds, as does the Galaxy Fold. It will also come with a leather case and Samsung Care + service, discounted folding screen or battery change, exclusive VIP hotline for 18 months support and priority repairs for 12 months.
The Samsung W20 5G will be available in black or white. It will be launched in China in December; The price has not yet been revealed. The handset is compatible with China Unicom and China Telecom networks.
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