Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 Leaked Details Hint at Exciting Upgrades; Have a Look

Usama Rasool

Recent leaks have unveiled potential upgrades for the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6, likely to feature significant improvements over its predecessor. The leaks, shared by tipster @kro_roe on X (formerly Twitter), reveal several core specifications expected in the next-generation clamshell phone.

According to the leaks, the Galaxy Z Flip 6 should offer consumers a choice between Snapdragon and Exynos processor variants, marking a departure from previous releases. This move mirrors Samsung's approach with its flagship S lineup, providing users with SoC based on regional market preferences.

In terms of performance, the Galaxy Z Flip 6 may receive a substantial boost in RAM capacity. While the base model features 8GB of RAM, higher-end configurations may offer up to 12GB, catering to users with demanding multitasking needs. 

Storage options will range from 256GB to 512GB on Samsung's upcoming foldable phones, providing ample space for storage-hungry users. Additionally, Samsung is reportedly enhancing the battery capacity of the Galaxy Z Flip 6, equipping it with a larger 4,000mAh unit for extended usage without compromising on portability. 

Moreover, the company’s reportedly working on integrating a 120Hz refresh rate for the external display, promising smoother interactions and improved user experience. However, it's essential to approach these leaks cautiously as they remain unconfirmed rumors until an official announcement. 

The Galaxy Unpacked event, expected to take place in early July, is likely where Samsung will unveil its sixth-generation Galaxy Z foldable phones, providing concrete details on specifications and features. Until then, stay tuned for more updates, leaks, and official announcements.


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