Galaxy Z Fold 6 & Flip 6 colors confirmed by reliable tipster

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Back in March, Ross Young, a well-known display analyst, revealed the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6 colors that will be on offer. Well, Evan Blass has just reconfirmed those color options via X. He also added some additional info.

The Galaxy Z Fold 6 & Flip 6 colors have been confirmed yet again, by another reliable tipster

When it comes to the Galaxy Z Fold 6, the phone is coming in Navy, Pink, and Silver Shadow colors. The Galaxy Z Flip 6 will launch in Blue, Mint, Silver Shadow, and Yellow colors.

The tipster also mentioned that both models will be offered online in “white and crafted black” colors. The Galaxy Z Flip 6 will also be on offer in a ‘peach’ color online, by the way.

Now, we don’t know if all of these will be official names for the color options. Ross Young did mention the ‘light blue’ color, while Evan Blass simply says ‘blue’ for the Galaxy Z Flip 6. We’re not sure which one is accurate.

The colors with special names such as ‘Silver Shadow’ and ‘Navy’, are probably set in stone, though. Chances are that Evan Blass is entirely accurate here, just keep in mind some color options could have different official names.

Samsung is allegedly planning its second ‘Unpacked’ event of the year for July 10

As many of you already know, both of these smartphones are expected to arrive next month. Samsung is rumored to host an event on July 10 in Paris, even though nothing has been confirmed just yet.

These two foldables are not the only devices that will launch during that press event, though. The Galaxy Ring is also expected, the company’s very first smart ring. Two new smartwatches are coming, and possibly even a set of earbuds.

It will be a packed event either way you slice it. The Galaxy Ring could even take the spotlight, as the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Flip 6 won’t be much different compared to current-gen models.

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