Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Note 20 Series and Galaxy Fold 2 flip folding screen smart spout at its Unpacked launch on August 5. Although the certification information for the entire machine has not yet been released, the Chinese 3C certification website has recently revealed the battery capacity of the Galaxy Fold 2. For reference, the first-generation Galaxy Fold is equipped with a battery combination of 2135 plus 2245 mAh, resulting in a total capacity of 4380 mAh.
The Galaxy Fold 2 will obviously follow the design of the two batteries, with a slight increase in the total volume. According to the 3C certification website, one of Samsung’s new folding-screen smarts has a battery capacity of 2275 mAh.
If the capacity difference for another battery is more than 100 mAh, the Galaxy Fold 2 is expected to have approximately 4500 mAh battery capacity. As for the truth, please be patient with the Unpacked launch on August 5th.