Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Fold 6 leak early

We’ve already told you what to expect, but if you demand more evidence, the leakers will deliver. This time around, @evleaks on X has released copies of product pages (and images) of the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6.

The most important specs changes are for the Flip. Previous Galaxy Z Flip models only had 12-megapixel rear cameras, so the Flip 6’s rumored 50-megapixel wide camera (paired with a 12-megapixel ultra-wide one) is a huge upgrade. If the leak is accurate, it’ll also get a bigger battery.

According to the product pages, Samsung hasn’t given the Galaxy Z Fold 6 many substantial upgrades, but the new model will have a slightly larger front display. In contrast, the foldable’s main display is slightly smaller and the phone is marginally thinner.

The leak spoils Samsung’s July 10 party a bit, but we imagine the company has a lot more to share, including the official launch of the Galaxy Ring, Galaxy Watch 7, Galaxy Watch Ultra, Galaxy Buds 3 and Galaxy Buds 3 Pro. That’s a lot to cover in one presentation — hopefully Samsung keeps it to a tight running time for my peace of mind.

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