Samsung is reportedly preparing to launch the second-generation Galaxy Fold device in July this year and now a new report claims that the upcoming device will come with a new form of S Pen. The Fold 2 will be the successor of the company’s first foldable device, the Galaxy Fold and a new report by Korean news outlet AjuNews, claims that the Galaxy Fold 2’s codename is Champ. Also Read - Samsung to enable 120Hz at QHD+, Dynamic mode on Galaxy S20
The Galaxy Fold 2 will reportedly open up to a 7.7-inch display, which is more than an inch bigger than the Galaxy Note10+ and would use an “Infinity-V” display which has a small, triangular notch. Fold 2 is also expected to feature the same camera setup as the Galaxy S20 Plus- 12MP main, 64MP telephoto, 12MP ultrawide, a 3D ToF sensor and a VGA time-of-flight sensor. Also Read - Samsung Galaxy M31 renders surface online showcasing design
The upcoming device may also support 3x Hybrid Optic Zoom as well as up to 30x Super Resolution Zoom, just like the Galaxy S20+. Meanwhile, the phone is also rumored to bring some new hardware such as an under-screen selfie camera. Also Read - Samsung Galaxy A71 launched in India: Here's the price, specifications, features and more
As we have already seen, the new Galaxy Z Flip isn’t the soul successor to the Galaxy Fold despite being a foldable display smartphones. Rumors suggest that the real Galaxy Fold successor will likely get dubbed the Galaxy Fold 2, and the launch is expected in Q2, 2020.
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As per rumors, the new Galaxy Fold 2 may feature a 108-megapixel camera, ultra-thin glass and an S-Pen stylus. It is said to support 5G network and might be powered by the Snapdragon 865. The current Galaxy Fold has a total of six cameras, with a triple camera on the rear, a single front-camera above the smaller second screen on the outside and a dual-front camera inside. The new Galaxy Fold might also feature a similar layout.
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