Next month, Samsung will host Galaxy Unpacked 2020, where the company hopes to unveil a host of new gadgets. One of those devices will likely be the Galaxy Z Fold 2, which according to a new leaked courtesy MySmartPrice, Is unveiled in a set of high-resolution renderers.
One of the most noticeable upgrades on the original Galaxy fold is the hole-punch design, which looks set to replace the notch. As the render shows, the hole punch approach results in a much cleaner design.
In addition to the hole punch on the interior display, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 will also clearly feature a more spacious cover display, so the phone is more useful when it folds. Providing users with a larger cover display will make the Galaxy Z Fold 2 a lot more versatile, as users won’t always have to open the device to get things.
Renderers also suggest that the Galaxy Z Fold 2 will feature a triple-camera setup, which has become more common in flagship devices. The latest rumors point to a foldable device, which has 64MP, 12MP and 12MP sensors at the back and a 10MP sensor in the interior, which gives users plenty of convenience to play with the camera hardware. Other rumors point towards foldables, including a 6.23 a Super AMOLED cover display, a 7.7 AM Super AMOLED foldable display with 120Hz refresh rate, storage up to 512GB, 5G connectivity, a total battery capacity of 4,2006mAh, 15W wireless charging and 15W reverse wireless charging support.
When the original Galaxy Fold was released last year, we praised the phone for its innovative design, but there were also a lot of concerns about its durability. Now, with a year of refinement, expectations will be high for the Galaxy Z Fold 2, which looks like a significant upgrade over the first model, given the leaked renders.
When the device is officially unveiled on August 5, it will apparently launch in Mystic Black and Mystic Bronze – at least according to the latest renderers.