Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 is scheduled to launch next month, and the phone has been seen on China’s 3C certification website. The information indicates Samsung has been working towards the launch of the foldable phone.
While the phone is reported to be launched in August and shipping is said to the only start in September at some point. The Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 is the successor to Samsung’s first Galaxy Fold. Although the book-like foldable design is said to be retained, it is said to have a relatively large display, improved reliability of foldable displays and enhancements in the hinges and camera.
ITHome first noticed the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 3C certification. The listing suggests the smartphone supports 5G and can include a fast 25W charger in the package. The listing is dated July 3 and is listed as SM-F9160 with the model number. Besides, the listing reveals little else.
Previous leaks say a larger 7.59-inch folding display with 120Hz refresh rate would appear on the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2. It will most probably not have support for S Pen. It is reported that the foldable smartphone comes with a triple rear camera setup which will include a 64-megapixel sensor, a 12-megapixel camera, and a 16-megapixel sensor. It will also allow dual stability of the optical signal. A more massive 6.23-inch (819×2267 pixels) LTPS OLED display with a refresh rate of 60Hz will appear.
The Galaxy Fold 2 is expected to be less expensive than the Galaxy Fold. The Samsung foldable smartphone is estimated to cost around $1,880$ -1895$, but it arrives with a larger front display, improved camera, S Pen and 5G support.
Samsung Galaxy Fold 2, along with the Galaxy Note 20 series, is set to announce on August 5. Because of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, the company will host a digital ‘unpacked’ event.