Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 rumored to launch in Q2
While Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy Z Flip, its second foldable smartphone, at its February 11 event where the Galaxy S20 family will also become official, the company is working on a successor for last year's Galaxy Fold too.
The Galaxy Fold 2 will keep its predecessor's form factor, unlike the Galaxy Z Flip which is similar conceptually to the new Motorola Razr. The Fold 2 will have an 8" display when unfolded, according to past rumors, a 108 MP primary camera, ultra thin glass on top of the screen (not plastic like last year's model), and an S-Pen.
It's going to be powered by the Snapdragon 865 chipset, and will have 5G support. According to XDA Developers' Max Weinbach, who has provided a lot of Samsung-related leaks lately, the Galaxy Fold 2 will be unveiled at some point during the second quarter of the year - that's April to June. It's unclear how soon after that it will become available, though, or how much it will cost. These details are sure to leak out in the future, however, so stay tuned.
As long as the folding phablets will have a pricetag of 1500+ not many would buy them.
- 29 Jan 2020
- Note9 User
In 2019 between 400,000 to 500,000 Galaxy Folds, maybe that figure is now 500,000. Who has sold more foldables? How many foldables has Xiaomi sold?
- 27 Jan 2020
Hopefully the outer dimensions of the folded configuration don't change much (other than becoming thinner and shorter) because that would defeat the whole purpose of foldables if they're just going to make that bigger as well. That brings us right ba...
- 26 Jan 2020