This week, at Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2020 event, which was held virtually, the company unveils its third foldable smartphone Galaxy Z Fold 2, which could we say as the successor of Galaxy Fold. One of the significant improvements on Fold 2 is that it doesn’t have any notches and comes with a re-engineered hinge.
This time the company includes a larger Infinity-O Display of 6.2-inch as cover screen. And when unfolded, it gives a 7.6-inch extensive experience like a tab, which is much larger than the original Galaxy Fold. Also, the device features smaller hole-punch camera design rather than a larger cut, which is suitable for a seamless design.
Moreover, the display uses ultra-thin glass used in the Galaxy Z flip to provide better view experience than the plastic one used in Galaxy Fold. The hinge with bristle has also been improved along with giving a smaller gat between the fold, which minimizes the dust particles to enter and chances of screen damage.
For performance, we get to know that it supports 120Hz refresh rate and is geared with Snapdragon 865 plus processor. The camera specifications could be similar to Note 20 Ultra because the bump shown is almost the same. Furthermore, the device can be used in a flex mode like a mini laptop, and it comes in Mystic Black and Mystic Bronze, and there will also be a Thom Browne Edition.
As it was not a launch event, the Samsung didn’t reveal much about the device. However, we expect the price to be somewhat around the price of the original Galaxy Fold and will launch on September 1st this year.