At MWC 2024, various foldable phones have been showcased, either already launched or upcoming, indicating the continued growth of this market. Despite new players and models emerging regularly, one brand holds the top spot in both market share and mind share. Samsung’s early and aggressive entry into foldable phones has given it an edge, but it mustn’t become complacent. Rumors about the Galaxy Z Fold 6 suggest a mix of features, and recent 3D renders confirm a focus on refining existing aspects rather than introducing groundbreaking new ones.

The Galaxy Z Fold 6’s design in these unofficial renders may be seen as sleek or dull, depending on perspective. It closely resembles its predecessor, with one notable change: more angular corners, lending it a sharper look. This similarity to the boxy Galaxy S24 Ultra puts it in the “pro” smartphone category.

The renders don’t reveal all the interesting features. Unofficial sources suggest that when unfolded, the Galaxy Z Fold 6 will measure 153.5 x 132.5 x 6.1 mm. This confirms it’s shorter and wider, but the thickness remains the same. This could hint at the possibility of accommodating an S Pen.

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Fold isn’t expected to have many changes, especially in the camera department. However, rumors hint at an “Ultra” model with features like a built-in S Pen and upgraded cameras. This contradicts earlier rumors of a more affordable model. Samsung might also slightly lower the price of the base model to position the Ultra better. Regardless, Samsung’s foldables face increasing competition, prompting the need for bigger and bolder changes to stay ahead.