The Galaxy Unpacked event held by Samsung saw the Korean manufacturer announce a handful of new products – including the Galaxy Z Fold 2. The latest foldable phone from the company features with both a refined design as well as larger displays.
As far as the design of the device goes, it features with a larger cover display, which happens to be 6.2-inches – much larger of course when compared with the 4.6-inch panel that was adopted in the first generation Galaxy Fold. Also, the thick bezels are now gone – and in place we have an edge-to-edge Infinity-O display.
The main screen also now is bigger : measuring at 7.6-inches – just larger than the 7.3-inch one which was adopted within the phone’s predecessor. It also is an Infinity-O display that makes its way with the hole placed on the right half of the screen. The Korean manufacturer has claimed that this has been adopted with Ultra-thin glass for the sake of smooth flexibility.
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On the back of the device can be seen a design much similar to what has been adopted within the Galaxy Note 20. There happens to be a huge bump which goes on to house three cameras as well as an LED flash and also, much like the Galaxy Note 20, there isn’t a laser focus module over here either. The hideaway hinge also by the way looks much better on the new Fold.
Unfortunately enough for now, Samsung has taken upon itself to keep a tight lip on the full spec sheet of the device as what we got within the Galaxy Unpacked event was just the partial reveal for the device and not exactly the full launch. Also with that said, neither the price nor the availability has been revealed – but soon enough everything will be known.