Samsung’s folding efforts have been excited and a failure, but in 2020 things only got better. Today, before the start of next week, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 has leaked considerably with some of the official-looking plasters that first showed the external display.
MySmartPrice today released a gallery of images detailing the Galaxy Z Fold 2, most notably its external display, which represents a huge improvement over the original Galaxy composition.
Starting with the outer casing of the phone, we can see the same camera module and colors that were previously leaked in the upcoming Galaxy Note 20. This includes frosted glass, but the eyes are immediately attracted to the external display. We see that the front 4-inch display with the front cover from the original stacker has been expanded with a display that takes over the entire front of the device.
Inside, we also see where Samsung has made improvements. As also shown in the leak last night, the internal display digs through the larger notch and limits the cutout to only one punch camera, just like what is on this larger external display. Also based on previous rumors, this device has a 120 Hz display.
The Galaxy Z Fold 2 definitely looks like a significant upgrade over what happened before, and we can say that without knowing what’s inside! According to Samsung’s own demonstrations, the device will be officially announced on August 5.
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