Samsung may launch the new Galaxy Fold 2 folding-screen smart machine in August, and as the estimated release date approaches, the network’s news of the new machine is getting more intense. The latest news is that the Galaxy Fold 2 may have a narrower border and a screen design with no-noch gaps. @UniverseIce, a well-known source, shared a photo of the legendary new machine on Twitter, suggesting it might have some strange aspect ratio.
Ice Universe points out that the Galaxy Fold 2’s internal screen is 7.7 inches in size (7.3 inches for the first model), which caters to a report a few days ago, and that the new machine has a screen border of only 3.8 mm.
It was also reported a few months ago that the Galaxy Fold 2 would feature a punchscreen front camera, while the new blast said the opening seishaved 4.8 mm in diameter, complemented by UTG ultra-thin protective glass.
In terms of configuration, the Galaxy Fold 2 is expected to feature the Qualcomm SnapSnapdragon 865 5G SoC and build a larger 4500 mAh battery than the original Galaxy Fold.
It’s not clear how much the Galaxy Fold 2 will cost, but multiple sources say the new opportunity is more affordable than the first model. As for the truth, please wait patiently for the launch.