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Samsung W20 5G listed in TENAA, specifications similar to Galaxy Fold

Samsung W20 5G(Samsung W20 5G Galaxy Fold) has been seen in TENNA with specifications that seem to confirm that the phone is in fact a 5G variant of the Galaxy Fold.


  • Samsung W20 5G has been included in TENAA before launch.
  • The specifications and renders in TENAA confirm that W20 5G is a variant of Galaxy Fold.
  • Samsung W20 5G will launch in China on November 19.
  • Samsung will soon launch the W20 5G foldable phone in China. The Samsung W20 5G will be official on November 19 and will offer a folding form factor. It was previously speculated that the W20 5G will be a clamshell-style folding phone, but recent posters reveal a Galaxy Fold-like design. Now, the W20 5G has been seen in TENNA with specifications that seem to confirm that the phone is a 5G variant of the Galaxy Fold.

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The TENAA listing offers some renders of the Samsung W20 5G along with preliminary specifications. Renders confirm a Galaxy Fold-like design with the phone folded like a book. There will be a large flexible screen inside and a small cover screen. The W20 5G measures 160.9×117.9×6.9mm, which is similar to the Galaxy Fold.

The W20 5G will offer a 4.6-inch screen on the cover, which is again identical to the Galaxy Fold. The battery is listed as 4,135 mAh, which is smaller compared to the 4,380 mAh battery in the fold. As this is a list of preliminary specifications, the battery of the W20 5G can also be 4,380 mAh.

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Samsung has seen a positive response to the Galaxy Fold in China, and we expect the W20 5G to work well considering that it will come with 5G support. The price of the W20 5G is expected to be higher than the Fold, but it is not yet known what it could be.

Samsung plans to increase the production of foldable phones in 2020 after seeing a strong response to the Fold despite delays and problems with the flexible screen. The company plans to send 5-6 million foldable phones next year.


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