The Samsung “Heart of the World” W series is an ultra-high-end phone created by China Telecom and Samsung and has been launched every year since 2008. Since the release of the new Galaxy Z Fold, the Samsung W series has been revamped with the folding screen flagship.
According to a promotional image released by blogger @i Ice Universe, there will be two models in this year’s W23 series, the Samsung W23, which is expected to be a horizontal folding Galaxy Z Fold 4 variant, and the Samsung W23 Flip, which is a vertical folding Galaxy Z Flip 4 variant.
As you can see from the posters, both models will have a red logo with the words “Heart for the World”, with the W23 Flip bringing back the flip design from the W series.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 is the first smartphone to debut with Android 12L. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, has a 4400mAh battery, supports 25W wired fast charging + 15W wireless charging and is priced from RMB 12,999. As per the W series configuration, it typically comes with a top-end 12GB + 1TB or even a higher 16GB of RAM and includes the S Pen.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, comes standard with 8GB of RAM, features a 6.7-inch 2640 x 1080 resolution 120Hz refresh rate main screen and a 1.9-inch 260 x 512 resolution small screen, and costs RMB 7,499 for the 256GB version and RMB 8,499 for the 512GB version.