Rumors of Samsung working on a new foldable smartphone called Galaxy W21 5G have been in the works for the last few weeks. The smartphone recently received the 3C certification, which finally made people believe that W21 exists and that Samsung will soon bring it to the market. Now, the foldable smartphone recently passed through the TEENA certification site, hinting that the launch of the W21 5G could be imminent. But more important is the fact that the TENAA certification site also gives us a closer look at what the W21 foldable smartphone looks like.
As you can see, the Galaxy W21 5G looks a lot like the Galaxy Z Fold 2. However, the back of the smartphone has a gold color finish and vertical lines design, something which the Galaxy Z Fold 2 doesn’t have.
Not much is know about Samsung’s Galaxy W21 foldable smartphone, but it’s being said that it will be powered by Snapdragon 865 and will feature an infinity-o punch-hole display. Unfortunately, we don’t know when the foldable phone will hit the market, but since the smartphone has received both 3C and TEENA certifications, we can expect Samsung to release it sooner rather than later.