Now that Samsung has experimented with Galaxy Z Flip’s screen that folds down to become compact, and it was (more or less) a success. Thanks to a leak, we’ve learned that the Korean giant is keeping its phablet-to-tablet form factor from its original Galaxy Fold going with the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2.
Galaxy Fold 2: front cover is infinity V display. Main is either hole punch or under display camera. New form of SPen. S20+ camera setup. Ceramic and stainless steel. Will come in Blue, Silver, Gold, Pink, Black.— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) February 17, 2020
The leak comes from the courtesy of an XDA Developers member, Max Weinbach. As per his tweet, the Galaxy Fold 2 will debut with a redesigned S-pen (similar to the kind Samsung ships with its Galaxy Note series) and possibly an under-display primary camera.
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After the Samsung Galaxy Fold debacle and the success of the Galaxy Z Flip, Fold 2 has a lot to prove and big shoes to fill. And from the looks of it, Samsung is taking a fresh and more innovative approach to ensure that. It’s not difficult to see how the introduction of a stylus with Fold 2’s tablet-like form factor will enhance user experience and boost functionality.
The tweet doesn’t confirm the under-display main camera, but its either that or a punch-hole. At any rate, you can say goodbye to the ugly camera notch that sat in the top-left corner of the original Fold.
Max Weinbach has an excellent track record for Samsung-related leaks, so you’d likely see these details in the finalized product. He also points at an Infinity-V display mounted on the front panel out front.
Further, the phone will borrow its camera setup from Galaxy S20+, which means a quad-camera structure, featuring a 12-megapixel primary lens, a 64-megapixel telephoto sensor, a 12-megapixel ultrawide angle shooter and finally a 3D Time-of-Flight camera.
Samsung is also ditching the popular ‘glass slab’ look, and going for an old-school ceramic and stainless steel build that will be available in Blue, Silver, Gold, Pink, Black hues. The Galaxy Fold 2 is shaping up to be an exciting device at an ultra-premium Samsung price, but will it suffer the same fate as the Galaxy Fold? Let us know what you think.