The Upcoming Galaxy Fold 2 is codenamed “Bloom” as South Korean media outlet The Bell reported three months ago. At this year’s CES show, Samsung invited a handful of core partners to a private meeting, not only to show the name and prototype of the vertical collapsible device, but also to confirm the use of the Galaxy S20 to replace the Galaxy S11 series, both phones support 8K video,media SamMobile reported.
In this private meeting, DJ Koh, chief executive of Samsung Mobile, presented partners with a number of new products coming up. From a machine translation point of view, the Galaxy Fold 2 may be called “Galaxy Bloom” after it is launched. A slide show of the meeting was also provided in the report, showing the collapsible phone and Bloom product name.
DJ Koh says Galaxy Bloom was inspired by the french cosmetics giant Lanc?me’s compact pasta. The company says it has conducted a crowd survey of the product, which is aimed at women in their 20s, so the design of the product will make them feel familiar.
In this private meeting, it was also confirmed that the flagship will be launched in the first half of this year under the name Of the Galaxy S20 series. Samsung said it would launch a new marketing strategy over the next decade, with the new flagship models coming in the form of the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 plus and Galaxy S20 Ultra.
Both the Galaxy S20 series and the Galaxy Bloom have 8K video recording capabilities, according to the information revealed at the meeting. The report says Samsung and Google are working together to support YouTube’s 8K video broadcast. Although more and more companies are now promoting 8K televisions, there are not many people upgrading because the content ecology is not perfect enough.