Foldable smartphones have been in trend for a while. The second-generation of such handsets are now hitting the market.
Samsung is getting ready to release the successor of its first foldable device, the Galaxy Z Fold 2. Well-known tipster Ishan Agarwal has posted a sneak peek of the internal display of the next Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2. Here are the latest details.
Galaxy Z Fold 2 Leaked: A Design Improvement Should Be Expected
The leaked image shows us a few details about the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 2. The report was released by MySmartPrice, which published the renders from the tipster Ishan Agarwal, unveiling the design and color variants of the upcoming handset. As the successor to the first-generation of Galaxy Z Fold, the new foldable device has skipped apparently, the notch.
Instead, Samsung has embedded a punch-hole design, developing a higher screen-to-body ratio. Another improvement includes some reduced bezels. The report also indicates that the internal screen is 7.59-inch and has a 120Hz refresh rate. On the outside, the display flaunts a punch-hole design, and is 6.23-inch and supports a 60Hz refresh rate.
Furthermore, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Z Fold will arrive in two color variants, Mystic Bronze and Mystic Black. The Mystic Bronze seems to be the new addition in the Samsung Galaxy lineup, likely to be introduced in the Galaxy Note 20 series, as well, and the Galaxy Buds Live.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold Rumored Specs and Features
The leaked images of the Galaxy Z Fold indicate a couple of features and specs. The new foldable handset is seen to house a triple-camera setup. Previous reports claimed that the smartphone might pack a 64MP primary camera, 12MP wide-angle lens, and a 12MP ultra-wide-angle lens. For the front panel, Samsung is expected to embed a 10MP camera.
Other specs include a Snapdragon 865+ SoC paired with 12GB RAM and 512GB storage options. Also, a 4,365mAh dual-part battery with 25W fast charging, 12W wireless charging, and sleek support for reverse wireless charging was spotted earlier.
The Galaxy Z Fold is expected to arrive at the Galaxy unpacked event on 5 August. The company is believed to have enhanced a lot of features, especially with the hinge mechanism. We’ll find out more in the coming days.
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