We’ve already seen multiple rumors for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Fold6 including a set of detailed renders but a new report from WinFuture suggest we’ll see two new Fold6 models. Samsung is reportedly trying to split up its Z Fold lineup by introducing an Ultra model just like in its Galaxy S-series. The new rumor suggests we’ll see a regular Galaxy Z Fold6 bearing the internal codename Q6 and a more capable Galaxy Z Fold6 Ultra with the Q6A codename.

The exact differences between the two Z Fold6 models are still up for debate but the new report points to more capable cameras on the Ultra with a rumored 200MP ISOCELL HP2 main shooter just like on the S24 Ultra.

Samsung to launch two Galaxy Z Fold 6 models including an Ultra

The Z Fold6 Ultra is also said to offer optional stylus support, higher memory and storage configurations and larger cover and main displays. Samsung could also offer an updated hinge design with less noticeable display crease on the Z Fold6 Ultra.

Samsung is expected to launch its new foldables in July where we are also expecting to see the launch of the Galaxy Ring.

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