The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 is expected to launch in the next few months, and the company’s next-generation book-style foldable phone could arrive with two notable changes to its display. Unlike the company’s Galaxy Z Fold 5, which features a thin screen with rounded corners, Samsung may launch the phone’s successor in the coming months with a wider display and sharper corners, according to details shared by tipster Ice Universe (@ UniverseIce) in publish on X (formerly Twitter).

The tipster leaked an image of two screen protectors – one for the Galaxy Fold 5 and the other for the alleged Galaxy Z Fold 6. While the cover screen of the former is 57.4mm wide, the screen protector for the Galaxy Z Fold 6 suggests that the outer screen will be slightly wider this year, at 60.2mm. This also means that the Galaxy Z Fold 6 will have a wider aspect ratio than its predecessor.

Another notable difference between the two foldable phones is the edges of the roof screens. The Galaxy Z Fold 5 has rounded corners, while the Galaxy Z Fold 6 is shown with much sharper edges. It somewhat resembles the angles of the flagship Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra. The Galaxy Z Fold 6 screen protector also suggests that the phone’s external display will have thinner bezels at the top and bottom.

Last month, Ice Universe claimed that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 could debut with the same battery specifications as its predecessor, the Galaxy Z Fold 5. This means the phone could be equipped with a 4,400mAh battery and offer 25W charging support.

The Galaxy Z Fold 6 is expected to come in three color options – dark blue, light pink and silver. The phone is also said to be equipped with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip under the hood and features a titanium chassis.

Samsung has scheduled its second Galaxy Unpacked event of the year on July 10, and the company is expected to announce new foldable Galaxy smartphones at the launch event. Along with the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6, Galaxy Z Flip 6, the smartphone maker is likely to introduce the Samsung Galaxy Ring, a first-generation ring-shaped health and fitness tracker, at its next launch event.

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