On June 4th, ZONEofTECH revealed a rendering of the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2. According to the revelations, samsung Galaxy Fold 2 continues the previous generation’s dual-screen program, with the main screen for small aperture digging, the secondary screen as a drop screen, and support for the S Pen stylus. Compared to the previous generation of Galaxy Fold, the Galaxy Fold 2 screen has improved its share and the visuals are even better.
Notably, the Galaxy Fold 2 enhances the image, rendering situ ingested to show that it uses a matrix camera, which appears to have four cameras, and camera specifications are not yet certain.
Core configuration, the Galaxy Fold 2 is expected to be equipped with Qualcomm SnapSnapdragon 865 flagship platform, which could have 12GB of memory.
In addition, news that Samsung is beginning to mass-produce the Galaxy Fold 2, which will be powered by UTG technology, is Samsung’s second folding screen flagship after the Galaxy Z Flip.
The Ultra-Thin Glass, a slim glass technology, covers a layer of ultra-thin glass on the Galaxy Z Flip screen that folds up to 200,000 times without damage and for about five years if folded 100 times a day.
Samsung has previously said that most users upgrade their phones before the screen life expires, making the ultra-thin glass technology very useful to other collapsible smartphones.
Finally, the release date of the samsung Galaxy Fold 2 is likely to debut in August with the Galaxy Note 20 series and the Galaxy Tab S7 tablet.