Samsung has launched a new foldable phone called the Samsung W21, but it’s currently exclusive to those in China. The newly launched W21 is a 5G device and comes with very similar specifications to the Galaxy Z Fold 2.
There are a few tweaks that make it a little different to the Z Fold 2, including a larger design (but the screens remain the same size), and a new color in the form of the metallic gold you can see above.
Oddly, this isn’t a China-only version of the Galaxy Z Fold 2 as the company sells that device in the country. Samsung has also removed any ‘Galaxy’ branding from the device for reasons that are currently unclear.
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The Samsung W21 5G is more expensive than the Galaxy Z Fold 2 in China with a price of CNY 19,999 (around $3,000 / £2,300 / AU$4,200 / Rs 224,300). That may be because of the slightly flashier design, as the specs are mostly the same as the Z Fold 2.