Samsung’s next-generation foldable flagship is in rumors from months. Galaxy Fold 2 will be the successor device to the original Galaxy Fold and expected to launch later this year. The recent report highlights a few features of the upcoming flagship and reveals crucial information. According to the report, Galaxy Fold 2 may feature a larger display and some changes over the predecessor model.
Earlier reports mentioned that there will be few changes over the upcoming foldable smartphone as compared to the Galaxy Fold. Probably, the most important and noticeable change will be the ditch to S Pen for this model. Samsung plans to skip S Pen for Galaxy Fold 2 due to some technical limitations. The recent piece of information confirms that the upcoming foldable smartphone will come with the 7.7-inch OLED display on the inner side whereas the external cover display will be 6.23-inch.
In comparison with the last year’s Galaxy Fold, the outer cover display will be 1.63-inch bigger whereas the inner foldable panel will be 0.4 inches bigger. Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 will reportedly come with an interior display panel with 120Hz refresh rate capacity. The outer display reported having a 60Hz refresh rate. Further, it will replace the Colorless Polymide glass with the Ultra-Thin Glass. The most interesting upgrade with the upcoming foldable smartphone is the improved refresh rate than its predecessor.
This year Samsung launched the Galaxy S20 series with the 120Hz refresh rate capacity display pane. Galaxy Note 20 series which has scheduled to launch on 5th August this year, also comes with the 120Hz refresh rate. According to the latest information, the Galaxy Fold 2 will be unveiled on 5th August along with Galaxy Note 20 series and Galaxy Z Flip smartphone.