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Anticipating the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6: Titanium Upgrade Expected

We’ve just received another indication regarding what to anticipate from the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 foldable, which we anticipate will be released concurrently with the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 and various other devices sometime in July.

As per seasoned leaker of phone specifications @Tech_Reve (via Notebookcheck), the Galaxy Z Fold 6 is poised to feature a titanium frame instead of the aluminum utilized in the current Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 phone.

This change mirrors the shift seen in the iPhone 15 Pro Max from Apple and the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra, resulting in a phone casing that is both lighter and more durable. However, the use of titanium in a phone casing does typically incur higher costs.

This rumor isn’t novel either, as a similar notion was floated in February. There has also been conjecture surrounding the potential use of titanium in a Galaxy Z Fold Ultra model, assuming such a variant of the foldable device materializes.


Given that Samsung has already implemented the alteration with the Galaxy S24 Ultra, it appears likely that it will follow suit with the Galaxy Z Fold 6 – although we’re optimistic that there won’t be an associated increase in price.

The most recent intel suggests that the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and the Galaxy Z Flip 6 will debut in July – a year after their predecessors – alongside the likely appearances of the Galaxy Watch 7, Galaxy Ring, and Galaxy Buds 3 at the same event.

Leaked renders depicting the potential appearance of the Galaxy Z Fold 6 have already surfaced, albeit without eliciting much excitement from us. It seems that the camera system may not receive significant enhancement either, though nothing about this foldable is certain yet.

Keep checking back for the latest updates and breaking news on the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 and other cutting-edge tech innovations, exclusively on NewForTech.

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