So Samsung seems to gear up after it’s Galaxy Fold disastrous launch. Samsung W20 5G smartphone seems to be the device through which the company is thinking of getting its hold again on the foldable smartphone market.

So what exactly is Samsung W20 5G, what’s different to it than the Samsung Galaxy Fold? A lot cannot be said about the device since it’s only launched in China and I still haven’t got my hands on it, as it’s yet to roll out in India.

But as far as I could observe in the evolution of Galaxy Fold to W20 5G, the core-specifications of the device have gone through some minor changes.

Major changes can be observed to its shape, it’s hinges, and to the gap between it’s folded displays. Did you notice something?

The major changes have been done to the Galaxy Fold where several reviewers had key problems with it. So if it’s just these changes why the new name?

So Samsung while tweaking the new technology of Galaxy Fold to make it more durable, has plugged in it the power of 5G and hence rebranding the device itself to W20 5G!

In this write-up, let’s look at the changes Samsung has gone through to evolve the Samsung Galaxy Fold into Samsung W20 5G.

Looks & Build

The primary and secondary display size of both the Galaxy Fold and the W20 5G is same 7.30 and 4.60 inches respectively. Where the primary 7.6 inches display boasts a resolution of 1536×2152 pixels with 326 pixels per inch.

The secondary 4.60 inches display of the device comes with a resolution of 720×1680 pixels with 399 pixels spread over per inch.

It is very much anticipated that the Samsung W20 5G has gone some major changes with respect to its shape, its hinges and comes with a reduced gap between the displays.

Processor & Storage

Where the Samsung Galaxy Fold comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, the Samsung W20 5G comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ processor.

The processor from the house of Qualcomm comes bundled with a 12GB RAM, more than the laptop I am typing on. Samsung W20 5G comes with a non-expandable internal memory of 512GB, similar to the Galaxy Fold.


The camera configuration of both devices is the same. Both Galaxy Fold and W20 5G comes with a triple camera setting on its rear.

Device’s rear camera setup has an auto-focus and comes up with a combination of three sensors, 16-megapixel + 12-megapixel + 12-megapixel.

In the front, you get a dual-camera setting of 10-megapixel + 8-megapixel.

User Interface & Android Version

As usual like all Samsung device’s W20 5G will come with Samsung’s One user interface. The device will be powered by Android Pie.


Where Samsung Galaxy Fold came packed with a battery of 4380 mAh. W20 5G is backed by a battery of 4235 mAh. Since I haven’t used the smartphone can’t tell you how long will the device last.

Connectivity & Sensors

Samsung W20 5G will come with a dual sim slot. Where you can use any of your nano-sim in the Sim 1, You will get an e-Sim in the Sim 2 Slot. The only other smartphone to come up with an e-Sim setting is soon to be launched Moto Razr.

The smartphone will be loaded with sensors that facilitate your daily working. Face unlock, Fingerprint, Compass, Proximity, Accelerometer, Ambient light sensor, Gyroscope to name a few.

Variants & Pricing

Samsung W20 5G just like Galaxy Fold is expected to be launched as a single variant device. The smartphone is expected to be launched with 12 GB RAM and 512GB internal storage.

Coming to the price of the device, the device is expected to be priced between Rs. 1,70,000 to Rs. 1,76,000.

Do tell me in the comment box if you are thinking of replacing your laptop with this 12GB+512GB technological revolution.

Specifications at a glance

– Display: Primary Display of 7.30 inches and a Secondary Display of 4.60 inches.

– Android version: Android Pie 9.0.

– Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+

– Processor Core: Octa-Core.

– Memory: 12GB+512GB

– Camera: 16-megapixel+12-megapixel+12-megapixel Rear camera along with a 10-megapixel+8megapixel Front camera.

– Battery: 4235mAh mAh Battery.

– Sensors: Face unlock, Fingerprint, Compass, Proximity, Accelerometer, Ambient light sensor, Gyroscope.



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