China debuts Samsung W23 5G and W23 Flip today. The Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 are luxury custom variants of each other. Since 2008, Samsung has launched one new W-series device every year. The Galaxy W23 5G follows the Galaxy W22 5G.
Galaxy Z foldables and Samsung W23 duo are designed differently. A gold-plated edge and hinge grace both the W23 and W23 Flip. Watch metal precision cutting and nano-level polishing are used in the W23 duo’s hinge shell. A thinner and more flexible hinge structure is also claimed. A metal embossed pattern also appears on the hinge shell. There is a logo in the middle of both the W23 and W23 Flip. The latest offerings also feature a Black colour back panel, the same as the W22 5G.
The Samsung Galaxy Z foldables of the fourth generation share the same specifications, except for some design changes. RAM and internal storage have been increased by the brand. The W23 features a 7.6-inch internal screen and a triple rear camera setup with a 50MP main sensor, a 12MP ultra-wide-angle lens, and a 12MP telephoto lens. As well as the 10MP camera, there is a 4MP UDC camera. With 6.7-inch AMOLED displays and 120Hz refresh rates, both Samsung W23 and W23 Flip feature AMOLED technology.
There are two Samsung smartphones with Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processors: the W23 5G and the W23 Flip. A 16GB RAM is provided by the former, while a 12GB RAM is available by the latter. A total of 512GB of internal storage is included in both models. Both the W23 5G and W23 Flip come with batteries that are rated at 4,400mAh and 3,700mAh, respectively.
Depending on the memory configuration and the storage capacity, the Samsung W23 5G can be had for RMB 15,999 (about $2,207). W23 Flip 12GB + 512GB costs RMB 9,999 ($ 1,379). It is possible to preorder both devices on Samsung’s official website beginning October 28th, with shipments beginning shortly thereafter.