Although some recent leaks online suggested that the launch of the successor to the Galaxy Fold would not take place at the Samsung Unpacked event on August 5, today the South Korean company clarifies the fate of the new foldable phone.
Through a teaser posted on Twitter, Samsung confirms the arrival of Galaxy Fold 2 on August 5, a day we are waiting for other news such as Galaxy Note 20 or Galaxy Z Flip 5G. The teaser you see below does not say much about the new smartphone foldable, confirming only the new Bronze color variant it will adopt.
However, we are promised an updated design and due to recent rumors we know that many hardware innovations are being prepared. First of all, the diagonal of the external screen increases to 6.23 inches, this after many criticized the 4.6 inch screen, too small and found on the first Fold. Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 And the foldable internal display will increase from 7.3 inches to 7.7 inches and would more recently offer a 120Hz refresh rate, but also ultra-thin glass (UTG) protection like on the Galaxy Z Flip.
The phone will also bring us a Snapdragon 865+ processor, a basic configuration with 12 GB RAM + 256 GB flash storage, but also support for 5G connectivity. Apparently, there will also be a model with 512 GB of flash storage.
As for the battery, there is talk of a 4365 mAh unit with fast power at 25W wired and 15W wireless. It will also have reverse wireless charging, and on the photo side we are waiting for a setup similar to that of the Galaxy S20.
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