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Samsung Galaxy W20 5G listed at TENAA – Launch on November 19th

Nov 12, 2019, 1:39 pm

Samsung W20 5G foldable phone is going to launch in Wuhan, China on November 19th. It will offer a foldable form factor. The previous guesstimates indicated that W20 5G will be a clamshell-style flip phone, but now it revealed a Galaxy Fold-like design.

Recently, the Samsung Galaxy W20 got listed in TENAA. This listing offers some renders of the Samsung W20 5G along with preliminary specs. Which confirmed a fold-like design of Galaxy W20. The phone is getting fold just like we fold a book. According to the listing, there will be a large flexible display on the inside and a small cover display.

Galaxy W20 5G Specifications:

The display on the cover of W20 5G is also similar to the Galaxy Fold: 4,6-inch. Moreover, it looks like its battery will be smaller than that of the fold. It will have a 4,135 mAh battery whereas, Galaxy fold has a battery of 4,380mAh.

Furthermore, the upcoming smartphone, with model number SM-W2020, will feature dual displays, including a tablet-sized flexible AMOLED screen that folds inwards. The display is said to have 2,152 x 1,536 pixels resolution. It is most likely to have a notch at the top-right corner to house dual selfie cameras and a hinge at the back. The W20 5G measures 160.9×117.9×6.9mm, which is similar to the Galaxy Fold.

When it comes to the camera, the listing reveals that there will be a total of six onboard sensors. But the resolutions of only five of the sensors have been provided.

The listing mentions that the primary triple camera setup will include 16MP, 12MP, 12MP sensors, whereas the dual-camera setup in the front will have 10MP + 8MP resolution. We can also look forward to Samsung Galaxy W20 5G to have features such as PDAF, OIS, F2.4, and 2x optical zoom at the back.

The price of the Samsung Galaxy W20 5G will be much higher than the Fold.

According to some reports, the company is planning to ship 5-6 million foldable phones next year. Samsung got such a great response for its Galaxy Fold previously.

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