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Leaked Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 renders hint at design change

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Image credit - @OnLeaks X @SmartPrix

When Samsung announced its Galaxy S24 series, the company introduced a slight design change to the phone. It featured flatter edges and a flatter screen, giving the phone a more sleek and sharp look. Now it looks like the company could apply the same design language to the Galaxy Z Fold 6, thanks to these leaked renders.

The renders come courtesy of @OnLeaks in collaboration with SmartPrix. Unlike its predecessor, the Galaxy Z Fold 5, the Fold 6 has also opted for flatter edges and corners. We have to say that we’re really digging this new look, assuming it’s true. It’s not a huge departure from the previous design, but it’s noticeable enough where you can tell the difference.

Image credit – @OnLeaks X @SmartPrix

Also, the external display does appear to be slightly wider. The problem with the Galaxy Z Fold 5 is that its external display was too tall and narrow. This created a weird user experience. We did hear rumors that Samsung could finally address that in the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and these leaked renders confirms it.

Apart from that, the rest of the phone looks similar in terms of its microphone placements and USB-C port. The speaker grills did get a slight change where it looks similar to the Galaxy S24. Take these leaked renders with a grain of salt for now, but the new foldables could be announced this July.

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Tyler Lee
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