Galaxy Z Fold 2 photo: appearance of the new foldable leaked

A photo, (with weak quality) of what the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 will look like has just appeared on twitter. Although the photo is unclear, it shows that Samsung’s new foldable will have the same camera resolution as the Galaxy S20 Plus.

 Although Samsung tried to keep the Fold 2 design a secret, the product design could reach us finally. New photos the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 were revealed on the Ice Universe Twitter page a few hours ago. While the first photo is too blurry, the second is a little better clearer. However, these two photos are helpful for giving an idea of ​​what the official Fold 2 would look like. Although the official release of the device is only days later, more interest was raised around the design and the performance of this second foldable device.

The Galaxy Fold 2 officially with larger screen than Fold 1

We know now that the Galaxy Fold 2 will have a larger exterior screen than the original Samsung Galaxy Fold. The same rule is applied for the camera module on the rear. This latter resembles the one found on the Galaxy Note 20 or Galaxy S20 Plus. According to new leaks, Samsung would have a prior decision on a triple back-mounted photo sensor, consisting of a 12-megapixel wide-angle main module, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle sensor, and a 64-megapixel telephoto lens. The general design and the color do not seem so different from the first model, however.

The Galaxy Z Fold 2 will be released with a price close to the Galaxy Fold, a price of around USD2000. According to Samsung press in mid-June, the Galaxy 2 Fold 2 should also be built around a foldable 7.7-inch screen and 120 Hz ultra-thin (Ultra Thin Glass).

Soon, all secrets around the Galaxy Z Fold 2 will be revealed. As Samsung confirmed the launch of the new foldable device for August 5, alongside the Galaxy Note 20, at the unpacked event.

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