Samsung’s new foldable phone The new Galaxy Fold 2 render image was shared by Ice Universe. The images clearly show that Samsung pursues an interesting positioning strategy in camera design.
With the continuous development of technology, foldable phones have entered our lives. These phones, which have quite interesting designs, continue to develop gradually. Samsung, one of the largest manufacturers of foldable phones; It made its mark on the industry with Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Fold phones. The company is now preparing for the launch of the Galaxy Fold 2.
The device’s features are being revealed gradually, just a short time before the launch of the Galaxy Fold 2. In addition to what appeared in recent days, new claims have now been made. An image showing the thinner edges of the device and screen with no notches when they were last revealed. Let’s take a closer look at this claim.
Here’s the upcoming new image of Galaxy Fold 2:
The rendered image published by the Ice Universe Twitter account, which has proven its reliability with what it previously shared, shows the extraordinary placement of the camera on the front of the device. According to this calculation, Galaxy Fold 2 has a 7.7-inch internal screen instead of the 7.3-inch screen that is in the original Galaxy Fold. However, the 3.8mm screen frame makes the Galaxy Fold 2 thinner than the old device.
The device, reportedly powered by Snapdragon 865, carries the perforated screen design. Ice Universe made the claim of the camera design even stronger by dividing the diameter of the camera hole to 4.8 mm. Galaxy Fold 2 is expected to be more powerful in battery than its predecessor. The 4,500 mAh battery claim is currently the strongest claim.
Another well-known thing about the Galaxy Fold 2 is that it will have the Ultra Thin Glass design. While this type of glass is found on many phones, Samsung’s foldable phone series is the first for Galaxy Fold. Although the price of the device has not yet been announced, there are rumors that the Galaxy Fold 2 will be cheaper than the original Galaxy Fold. We will continue to inform you when new information becomes available.