Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 specs reveal bigger ultra-thin display, S Pen support and 108MP primary sensor
Galaxy Fold 2 would use the ultra-thin glass rumoured to feature on the upcoming Galaxy Z Flip, instead of a plastic display.
January 30, 2020 / 05:57 PM IST
Samsung is gearing up for the Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy S20 series launch at the Unpacked event on February 20. While the rumour mill continues to flood the internet with multiple leaks and reports on the Galaxy S20 series and the Galaxy Z Flip, a new report gives us more information about the Galaxy Fold 2.
Max Weinbach from XDA Developers, the same person who leaked the Galaxy S20+ real-world images, has tweeted about the Galaxy Fold 2. The Galaxy Fold 2 will be a successor to the currently available Galaxy Fold.
Weinbach claims that the Galaxy Fold 2 launch will happen sometime during Q2 of 2020. There have been reports stating Samsung launching the Galaxy Fold 2 in June. Weinbach’s claim falls in line with those rumours.
The other big detail about the Galaxy Fold 2 revealed by Weinbach includes an 8-inch display. This would be bigger than the Galaxy Fold’s unfolded 7.3-inch display. Galaxy Fold 2 would use the ultra-thin glass rumoured to feature on the upcoming Galaxy Z Flip, instead of a plastic display.
Further, the foldable smartphone would have support for S Pen, according to Weinbach.
In terms of internals, the smartphone will feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor. There would be a 108MP primary sensor on the back. Details about the other sensors on the back are currently unknown.
Samsung is currently prepping up for the Unpacked event in San Francisco. The South Korean tech giant will be unveiling its Galaxy S20 series flagship smartphones and the Galaxy Z Flip vertical folding smartphone. Alongside, Samsung is also rumoured to launch the Galaxy Buds+