Samsung leaked the Galaxy Z Fold6 and Galaxy Z Flip6

samsung fold flip6 leaked ad

In the case of the Galaxy Z Fold6 and Z Flip6, though there have been lots of rumors, leaked images of these devices have not made it online. But, now, Samsung itself has allegedly posted an ad for the Galaxy Z Fold6 and Z Flip6 pointing to new designs which have been fully revealed.

The advertisement was spotted on Reddit by a user who shared that it was seen that Samsung was advertising its future foldable in Kazakhstan. Of course, the exact location of the ad cannot be mentioned but chances are it is already offline. Thus, at least we get the official take on these refreshed devices in the advertisement above.

The Galaxy Z Fold6 is the first odd-numbered foldable visible in the image, and the boxy design is seen here. The new design also appears to be taken at a wider angle in the picture as in past leaks, but it is still difficult to compare the screen’s width or get a definite view without having the display.

Equally present is the updated camera design that we saw in the latest leaks early this month.

The layout of Z Fold6, as you can see, is also quite similar to the design of the Galaxy S24 Ultra, so it will likely use material as it was previously rumored titanium.

Next is the Galaxy Z Flip6. This one looks like Z Flip5, they have the folder-looking cover display thing going on, but the cameras on this one have a matching color on the ring. This makes the black bezel stand out from the rest of the watch.

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Of course, there are still a lot of questions left about the next foldable Samsung, but at least this picture confirms some of the rumors that have been in the air.

Samsung will be unveiling the Galaxy Z Fold6 and the Z Flip6 devices on July 10.

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