Unveiling the Future: Galaxy Z Fold 6 Hands-On Review

By ANAS KHAN 15 Min Read

Galaxy Z Fold 6 hands-on review: Samsung has essentially understood the folding phone at this point; in fact, the, Galaxy Z Fold 6 hands-on review gave it a 4.5-star rating, even though it is remarkably similar to its predecessor. Therefore, the Galaxy Z Fold 6 hands-on review, the upcoming generation, is probably going to be an excellent phone as well. However, we do hope to see more significant improvements in the upcoming Fold. You can discover a detailed list of those changes by jumping to the second half of this post.

Firstly, though, you can find below a compilation of all the leaks and speculations we have so far discovered regarding the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6. These contain details about the expected pricing and release date, in addition to some speculated specifications and features. 


Unveiling the Future: Galaxy Z Fold 6 Hands-On Review :SAMSUNG GALAXY Z FOLD 6: RELEASE DATE AND PRICE

According to this information , the Galaxy Z Fold 6 hands-on review will launch in July. A second leak has confirmed this, indicating that we should expect the Z Fold 6 in late July. That makes sense considering that Samsung releases these phones on an annual basis, with the most recent model being unveiled in July of the year it launches. You probably won’t be able to purchase the Z Fold 6 until August, though, given that all three of the prior versions went on sale in August of the year of their respective releases.

It’s likely that the Galaxy Z Fold 6 hands-on review will be shown in August instead of July because two of them were also introduced in that month. Either way, we’d anticipate an announcement in August, and it will most likely go on sale by the end of August.

Given that Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 batteries have been discovered in a Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) database, it should absolutely launch soon. Given that this is an official database, its presence suggests that the phone is indeed under production and that its release date is probably not too far off. Although the price of the Z Fold 6 is unknown, it is expected to cost at least $1,799.99 / £1,749, / AU$2,599, considering the Galaxy Z Fold 5 is available for that amount as well. That being said, there’s a potential that the Z Fold 6 will become less expensive because Samsung is allegedly thinking of producing the folding screen’s bezels using a less expensive technique. 


Unveiling the Future: Galaxy Z Fold 6 Hands-On Review :SAMSUNG GALAXY Z FOLD 6: DESIGN AND DISPLAY

Long before the Galaxy Z Fold 6 hands-on review had even been released, in April 2023, there were reports of a Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 leak. The Galaxy Z Fold 6 will have a “major form factor change,” according to leaker @Tech_Reve, who has a respectable track record.

Later on, they clarified that the Galaxy Z Fold 6 hands-on review will alter the cover screen’s aspect ratio. They did not specify the type of adjustment, but it would make sense to expand it given that the Z Fold line has up until now had a rather thin cover screen in contrast to well-known models like the Oppo Find N2 and Google Pixel Fold.

This would result in something that resembles a typical phone screen more closely, and another source has since added their voice to the discussion. It’s not confirmed yet, but the likelihood is increasing.

While we spoke with the design team during the 2023 Fold launch in South Korea, Samsung confirmed to TechRadar that the change was actually in trial during the development of the Galaxy Z Fold 5. The company stated that the design team chose to stick with the relatively narrow form factor of its predecessors because they thought it offered the best “usability, grip, and portability.

We’ve also heard that the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 may have a larger cover screen than its predecessor, in addition to a new aspect ratio.They didn’t say how much larger, but the Z Fold 5’s is 6.2 inches.

later, however, an additional source has stated that we should expect a 6.4-inch cover screen in addition to anticipation of other leaked details about the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6. These details include the claimed titanium frame,three color options, a slimmer 11mm thickness when folded (as opposed to the 13.4mm Z Fold 5), and a lower weight than that phone.

Parts of this information have subsequently been refuted by trustworthy leaker @OnLeaks, who has a solid track record of releasing leaked renders of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 in collaboration with SmartPrix.

Some of these are pictured above; they look a little more boxy than the Galaxy Z Fold 5. Regardless, not much has changed in terms of the design. According to this leak, the Z Fold 6 measures 153.5 x 132.5 x 6.1 mm when unfolded, making it somewhat longer and larger than the Z Fold 5.

This could make the reportedly altered aspect ratio possible, but according to this source, the cover screen will still be 6.2 inches in size instead of the larger one that was previously released. This year’s phone won’t be any thinner because the thickness is the same. Oh, and according to the same source, the primary display is a 7.6-inch 120Hz model again, but it has a greater peak brightness of 2,600 nits.

However, given that it supposedly employs Corning Gorilla Armor, similar to the Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra, the cover screen might at least be more strong this year.

In addition, Samsung has stated that it is attempting to make its foldable phones dust-proof. The business hasn’t confirmed that feature would be included in the Galaxy Z Fold 6, although it is a possibility. 

Galaxy Z Fold 6 hands-on review: CAMERAS AND BATTERY

Unveiling the Future: Galaxy Z Fold 6 Hands-On Review :Galaxy Z Fold 6 hands-on review: CAMERAS AND BATTERY

Galaxy Z Fold 6 hands-on review is reported to use the same image sensor as the Z Fold 5, according to an article that proposes a new aspect ratio for the smartphone. It’s unclear, however, if they’re talking about one camera alone—which is probably the main one—or the rest of the cameras.

The Fold 6’s use of the Fold 5’s image sensor is a disappointing feature.The external display’s altered aspect ratio is the Fold 6’s main update.

Since then, we’ve heard from another source confirming that the Galaxy Z Fold 6 will include the same cameras as the Z Fold 5. That statement has now come to us from multiple sources.

A 10 MP cover screen camera, a 4 MP under-display camera on the foldable screen, a 10 MP telephoto with 3x optical zoom, and a 12 MP ultra-wide camera are all among the camera lineup for the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5. Therefore, any or all of things might not change on the Z Fold 6.

Since then, meanwhile, a different source has stated that Samsung is thinking of utilizing the same camera as the Galaxy S24 Ultra for the Z Fold 6. They don’t specify which of the S24 UItra’s cameras they are referring to, but the 200MP sensor is probably what they mean.

In light of the mentioned above, we would continue with caution. According to the source, a larger battery might be needed if this happens.

Rumor has said that the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 will include an improved under-display camera.Regarding the battery, the same source indicates that the Z Fold 6 will feature a 4,600mAh battery (up from the Z Fold 5’s 4,400mAh battery). However, another source disputes this, stating that the Z Fold 6 would retain its 4,400mAh battery and support 25W charging. 

Galaxy Z Fold 6 hands-on review: SPECS AND FEATURES

Several sources have informed us that the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 hands-on review will be equipped with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 CPU. This is not a shock , though, since the Samsung Galaxy S24 range also uses the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset, which is the replacement for the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset seen in the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5.

That would make it incredibly powerful, though, and given that the Z Fold 5 has at least 12GB of RAM, we revelation that it will also have that amount. Indeed, a leak suggests that the Galaxy Z Fold 6 will have up to 16GB of RAM and up to 1TB of storage.

A Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 FE has also been discussed; according to some reports, this less expensive Z Fold 6 is now being developed. However, according to a report, the Galaxy Z Fold 6 FE will cost less because it won’t support the S Pen stylus. 

New UI features

Samsung added a few features to the Z Flip’s user interface to demonstrate that it wasn’t only dependent on the device’s compact factor. There are a few minor but useful changes, such as Flex Mode, which recognizes when the phone is partially opened and divides the user interface into two screens for specific applications.

For example, if you open the phone to about a 90-degree angle, open the camera app, and place the Z Flip on the table, you will not only have a tripod setup in essence, but the top half of the screen becomes a dedicated viewfinder and the bottom half becomes strictly controls (mode switch, shutter button, etc.). This also functions with YouTube, which separates videos from the comments and information part, and the Gallery app, which turns the bottom half of the screen into a sort of touchpad for swiping through photographs on the top half of the screen.

Though the rest of the features are only entertaining and new, the tripod idea at least provides some value in the realm of technology. 

Performance with little sacrifice

Although the Z Flip isn’t quite the supercharged powerhouse that the Galaxy S20 Ultra is, you won’t be short on power either, I’m glad to hear that. With 256 GB of storage and 8 GB of RAM, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 Plus processor powers the Z Flip, making its chipset only a tad bit better than other 2019 flagships. 

Additionally, there is no option for expandable memory, but if these are the few compromises required to maintain a low price, a long battery life, or a slim profile, then I’m happy with the choice. Everything seems good here, with a 3,300 mAh battery plus wireless charging and power sharing options for other devices. However, we’ll need to validate the device’s day-long battery life after using it for a bit longer. 


The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 hands-on review immense promise as the next evolution in foldable smartphone technology. With a sleek design, innovative features, and powerful performance, it’s poised to redefine the mobile experience for users around the world. Whether you’re a tech enthusiast or a casual user, the Galaxy Z Fold 6 is sure to impress with its cutting-edge capabilities and versatility.


When will the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 be available for purchase?

The Galaxy Z Fold 6 is expected to launch in July, with availability for purchase likely in August.

What is the anticipated price range for the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6?

Pricing details are yet to be confirmed, but industry insiders expect the Galaxy Z Fold 6 to start at $1,799.99.

What improvements can we expect in the design and display of the Galaxy Z Fold 6?

Significant form factor changes are suggested by leaks, maybe with an enlarged cover screen for a more immersive experience. 

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