W21 5G is the name of the more advanced Galaxy Z Fold 2 version that Samsung has just introduced in China.
Samsung introduced the second version of its high-end folding screen smartphone in China, but it did not carry the Galaxy name. The device is based on the Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G, but will be named Samsung W21 5G here.
The hardware of the device is also nearly identical: the 7.6-inch inner screen, 2X AMOLED panel, 6.23-inch Super AMOLED external screen, Gorilla Glass Victus. W21 5G uses Snapdragon 865+ chip. The top configuration combines 12GB of RAM and 512GB of memory.
The W21 5G is a bit longer than the Galaxy Z Fold 2 but the battery retains 4,500mAh, 25W wired charging and 11W wireless charging. The 12MP triple-lens camera is also retained.
The biggest difference between the two machines is that the W21 5G has two SIM trays to better suit the Chinese market. The back is also different from yellow with stripes. The machine has begun to pre-order for 20,000 yuan. This price is higher than the Galaxy Z Fold 2. However, the W series is more premium and comes with privileges for buyers.