A few days ago, we reported that Samsung would release the Galaxy Z Flip 2 nine months after its initial release. Ross Young, an industry analyst at Display, said the launch would take place in the spring, but now Samsung appears to have made some changes to the launch date because Young has now heard that the launch date has been postponed to the summer.
Again, that’s not official, since Samsung didn’t officially announce the Galaxy Z Flip launch date in the first place, so don’t be surprised if the launch date you hear is delayed again.
The Galaxy Z Flip 2 is rumoured to have a larger exterior screen than the first generation of Z Flip, which is only 1.1 inches away, and Samsung will use the new ultra-thin glass (UTG) display for the first time in the Z Flip 2, but we don’t yet know the details of the new UGG display.
The Galaxy Z Flip 2 is also likely to join the ranks of high-refresh screens, with a 120Hz display meaning a larger battery needs to be introduced, according to the leaker, which is exactly what Samsung is doing, with a 3300mAh battery.
Unfortunately, that’s all we know about the Galaxy Z Flip 2, but as the launch date approaches, we’ll learn more about Samsung’s upcoming clamshell folding phone.