Galaxy Z Fold 6, Galaxy Flip 6 leaked dummy units reveal display crease, design

An insignificant bend is what enthusiasts are more prone to get when Galaxy Z Fold and Galaxy Z Flip open 180 degrees
An undated image of a foldable Samsung phone. — Unsplash
An undated image of a foldable Samsung phone. — Unsplash

Two upcoming flip phones, the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Flip 6, from Samsung, have long been grabbing headlines because of their impending rollout.

Adding fuel to the fire are the freshly emerged prototypes of the aforementioned models, shedding light on the visual appeal of Samsung's foldable phones as well as their display crease.

The appearance of rumoured dummy units is not something new, rather frequent, since various earlier leaks have provided a closer look at almost every aspect of the devices. 

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The leaked units suggest a new boxier design to encompass both foldable while fanning the expectations of a series of enhancements to the camera department. 

As per 9to5Google, the images of the prototype highlight both the outer and inner displays of the two devices, further hinting towards a notable display crease. 

While indicating massive amendments to the entire design process, the leak highlights a display majorly based on a larger seam down the middle than the one expected on the fully prepared version. 

Nevertheless, an insignificant bend is what enthusiasts have been more prone to have when the Galaxy Z Fold and Galaxy Z Flip are open 180 degrees. 

Moreover, a black prototype variant of both devices is seen with “Samsung” docked on the hinges, which is a sign that Samsung might do away with the etched logo it sported on the previous models of Fold and Flip. However, the etched logo is something that would leave an indelible mark of quality on the $2,000 devices.