- The new series of official Galaxy Z Fold 2 plasters reveals the probable final design of the folding phone.
- The biggest changes include a punch hole that eliminates the notch, a larger external display and a smoother hinge.
- The Galaxy Z Fold 2 is expected to debut in Samsung Galaxy Unpacked on August 5.
The new set of amazing new Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 renders just escaped online, giving us the best view of the highly anticipated upcoming folding system.
These images come from MySmartPrice (via Ishan Agarwal), who received them from a “trusted source”.
Both the colors we see here, called Mystic Bronze and Mystic Black from Samsung, really suit the phone. Samsung certainly seems excited about them, because they offer the same colors on the Galaxy Note 20.
The front cover of the phone has a 6.23-inch display, which is significantly larger than the 4.6-inch external display on the original Galaxy Fold. To keep the camera on the front of the phone without the need for a large frame, the Z Fold 2 uses a punch groove.
When viewed from the rear, we see a power button on the side of the phone that looks like a host of another capacitive fingerprint sensor. Given the difficulty of folding the phones, it doesn’t seem likely that we would see a fingerprint sensor under the display for this device.
The rear block of the camera looks like it contains three sensors and a flash. Other rumors say that these cameras will be a 12MP main sensor, a 12MP ultra-wide sensor and a 64MP telephoto lens. It’s the same set of cameras you’d find on the Galaxy S20, which is a solid phone for photos, but not as good as the iPhone 11 or the more expensive Galaxy S20 Plus from Samsung.
The combination of these two halves looks like a curved hinge, which looks much smoother than the Galaxy Fold angle hinge. Because the original stacker tried to keep the debris out of its internal mechanisms, which caused significant damage to the phone, it looks like Samsung somehow solved this problem with another hinge design.
There is a pinhole camera on the right side of the display inside the phone. It’s a little hard to recognize, but if something is good, it’s good. Compared to the huge notch that the first Galaxy Fold had, thanks to the impact hole, the Z Fold 2 looks more in line with other modern Android phones.
The internal display frames have also been reduced compared to the first folding. This is probably what allowed Samsung to increase its display from 7.3 inches to 7.7 inches. Samsung also delivers a smooth refresh rate of 120 Hz to the enlarged display.
There are no S Pen marks in these plasters. Although some rumors suggest that the Fold 2 device may receive a Note pen, the fact that no pen is visible in these visualizers seems to confirm that Samsung will not offer a Z Fold 2 pen.
Internally, we expect the Z Fold 2 to be armed with a Snapdragon 865 chipset and 12 GB of RAM, with 256 GB or 512 GB of storage. The total battery capacity should be 4,356 mAh, divided into two separate batteries and compatibility with 5G thanks to Snapdragon silicon. Expect a price tag of around $ 2,000, just like when you first form the Galaxy.
While it looks like we’ve seen almost everything the Galaxy Z Fold 2 has to offer, you can watch the official unveiling of this folding space on August 5, the day of Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event. This is the time when we will have the premiere of the Galaxy Note 20 series, in addition to the Galaxy Watch 3, Galaxy Buds Live and Galaxy Tab S7.