Samsung Galaxy W21 to be released in China on November 4th 

Samsung Galaxy W21 to be released in China on November 4th 
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Samsung Galaxy W21 launch date has been confirmed, the phone will be released on November 4 in China. Recently the phone was first debuted on the TENNA certification site revealing its design. The phone is very similar to the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2.

A known tipster Mukul Sharma has posted a tweet on his Twitter account, that the phone will be launched in China on November 4. As there is no such news regarding the specification and features, but the phone is identical to the Z Fold 2.

The back design of the Samsung Galaxy W21 is slightly different from the Z Fold 2, having vertical lines along with a logo. The phone will be featuring a 6.23 inches display, this could be definitely an AMOLED screen as usual. The W21 will also feature a dual 5G sim standby as listed on the TENNA certification list.

Under the hood, the Samsung Galaxy W21 will pack a dual battery cell of 2090 mAh and 2160 mAh that becomes 4300 mAh. The phone might feature charging support up to 25W. Just like the Galaxy Z Fold 2, the W21 will also have a Side-mounted fingerprint, as well as the camera bump will also be the same. The price of the W21 hasn’t been confirmed yet, the phone is going to be unveiled first in China.

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