It is expected that Samsung will launch its next foldable smartphone at an event in July. Several reports claim that the Galaxy Z Fold6 will be joined by the Galaxy Z Fold6 Ultra. According to a new leak, the Ultra variant may remain exclusive to one country only.

Popular leaker Evan Blass revealed in a recent X post that South Korean tech giant X will announce multiple devices soon. The following products are included: Galaxy Book 4 Edge, Galaxy Book 4 Edge Pro, Galaxy Buds 3, Galaxy Buds 3 Pro, Galaxy Ring, Galaxy Watch FE, Galaxy Watch 7, and Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra. It is unclear whether these devices will be announced at the same event. The Galaxy Unpacked event, reportedly taking place on July 10 in Paris, France, is rumored to be the venue for their unveiling.

On July 10, Samsung is also expected to launch the Galaxy Z Fold6 and Galaxy Z Flip6. At the same event, however, it is unclear whether the Z Fold6 Ultra will be unveiled. It has been reported that Samsung is developing the Z Fold6 Ultra, SF-F958N model number, for the South Korean market. Most Samsung devices heading to the global market are unofficially announced before their Korean counterparts. The Z Fold6 Ultra exists in the South Korean market, but its global versions are unclear. Due to this, it appears the device will not launch outside of South Korea.

Currently, there is no information about the difference between the Galaxy Z Fold6 Ultra and its standard version. Compared to standard and Plus models, Samsung’s Ultra variants offer better display, battery, and camera specifications. We can expect the same from the Z Fold 6 Ultra as well.