Samsung has not yet fully unveiled the Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G. The device will be released officially on September 1, and pre-orders will start on the same day. At the recent Unpacked event , the company revealed a few details and, thanks to a whirlwind of leaks, almost everything else is already known. The commercial of the phone has now released and confirms what we already know about Samsung’s flagship foldable device.
The internal screen of the Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G comes in at 7.6-inch, up from 7.3-inch on its predecessor, and it uses an Ultra-Thin Glass (UTG) for increased durability. The display has a refresh rate of 120Hz and is expected to adjust dynamically, much as with the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, made possible by the use of LTPO backplane technology.
The Z Fold 2 features Z Flip’s Flex Mode that will allow it to stay open at various angles.
Samsung is also venturing this as a productivity-centric device, which is becoming increasingly important at a time when the Microsoft Surface Duo has arrived. The company says that they will allow you to work simultaneously across three apps.
Like the latest Note 20 phones, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 also offers Wireless DeX, which allows you to to connect the device to an external display wirelessly without needing accessories like DeX Pad or USB cable.
Latest Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G alleged specs
The cover display now is 6.2-inches, a noticeable improvement compared to the 4.6-inches front screen of the OG Fold’s 4.6-inches front screen. Apparently the external display sticks to a refresh rate of 60Hz which is understandable.
The phone reportedly packs a 4,500mAh battery and is fuelled by the 865 Plus snapdragon mated with 12 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 256 GB of storage.
To keep out dust and debris, the hinge on the phone gets a sweeper mechanism inspired by a vacuum cleaner.
The Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G will be available in black and bronze colors, and will announce its price next month. It will go on sale on September 18th according to a recent report.