Oops! A first look at the Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Z Fold 6 has just been leaked by Samsung

Samsung will unveil its much awaited foldable phones during an Unpacked event in July. The Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Z Flip 6 were featured in the first official marketing photos that leaked online before to the launch.

A Reddit user (via SamMobile) saw the marketing visual on Samsung’s Kazakhstan website, which appeared to be an advertisement for the future Galaxy foldables. The Reddit yarn claims that Samsung accidentally posted the commercial on the website before to its launch.

The popular Galaxy AI features, which are expected to make their debut with the flagship foldable phones next month, are seen off in the advertisement alongside the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Z Flip 6. The Galaxy Z Fold 6’s new design, which will be similar to the Galaxy S24 Ultra in its flat sides and sharp edges, is seen in the posted image.

A triple camera system with all the cameras stacked vertically within a single camera visor will also be present at the back. The design appears to be similar of the Galaxy Z Fold 6’s initial renders.

However, as compared to the Galaxy Z Flip 5, the design of the Galaxy Z Flip 6 doesn’t have any significant changes. It is assure to note that the latter’s design was innovative and is probably going to continue this year as well. It will include two primary cameras in addition to a larger cover display that looks a folder.

According to earlier reports, the Galaxy Z Fold 6 is expected to have a larger cover screen than the model that came before it, as well as possibly larger total dimensions when raised. This was also implied by the real-life Galaxy Z Fold 6 fake unit image that was released earlier this month.

The Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chip will power the foldables that go on sale next month, and it’s said that the screens would be less creased than in earlier versions. Looking forward to seeing an early look at these foldables is encouraging, especially before the planned July 10 debut date.