Samsung Galaxy Fold 2

The Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 is Shown from all Angles in New Leaked Images

The Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 is finally seen from all angles in new renders filtered within a week of its presentation.

A week after its official presentation, the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 has let us see its design completely. A few hours ago we shared your first real image, however, now several official renders have been leaked; courtesy of the MySmartPrice portal. The images allow us to appreciate the folding smartphone, for the first time, from all angles. If no surprise occurs, this will be about it to be announced on August 5 in the Samsung Unpacked.

The overall design of the Galaxy Fold 2, despite being simulating the previous model, boasts an important novelty: the front region is now fully occupied by the screen thanks to a perforation for the camera. In the first Fold we saw a large tab that gave space to the front sensors. With the second generation, Samsung adopts a trend that is already present in its latest high-end terminals – and some mid-range ones.

According to leaks that have emerged in recent weeks, the Galaxy Fold 2 incorporates an internal screen that reaches 7.7 inches when open. The rear panel, on the other hand, would be 6.23 “. The increase is substantial in the secondary screen, since in the first distressed Fold it reached 4.6 inches. In addition, this panel is also perforated to accommodate to another camera, which will serve to take selfies when the smartphone is closed.

And talking about their cameras, in the back we will find a configuration of three sensors. Of course, apparently they will make a leap in capabilities compared to those of the predecessor. The photographic section of the Galaxy Fold 2 is expected to be the same – or very similar – to that of the Galaxy S20 Plus. That is, with 64 MP (main) + 12 MP (wide angle) + 12 MP (telephoto) sensors. Obviously, these data are not yet official.

When it comes to its internal components, the Galaxy Fold 2 will embrace the Snapdragon 865+ processor, Qualcomm’s most advanced — and recent — processor with support for 5G networks. Despite the failure of the Fold, Samsung has not thrown in the towel in the folding market. Proof of this is the Galaxy Z Flip, a proposal that turned out to be more attractive than expected. We will see if the manufacturer manages to leave behind the initial failure to start again.

Ralf Jennings

I have been covering reports on everything relating to American politics and economic trends in the U.S. since 1999. After my graduation from college, I began to work as a part-time writer for a local magazine and this experience helped me build my writing and reporting skills. I eventually got a job as a reporter and a writer in a small news agency in Chicago. I am passionate about bringing ground breaking political and economic news to readers. Read more...

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