At the Samsung Unpacked event on August 5, the company will also launch the Galaxy Z Fold 2 with new products in the Galaxy Note lineup. The company confirmed its launch date on Twitter with the updated Butterfly logo used for the Galaxy Fold series. Samsung is also expected to launch Galaxy Z Flip 5G and Galaxy Note 20 series on this occasion. Several specifications of the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 2 had already surfaced, as well as rumors that software malfunctions might occur that the phone did not launch that day. However, the latest announcement has dismissed all speculation about the launch date.
Samsung has posted a video teaser on Twitter, where it also revealed the updated Butterfly logo, which was previously used for the Galaxy fold. Samsung revealed the launch date (5 August) with the caption ‘A new look unfolds’ on the post. The new logo has been given the Mystic Bronze color, which according to a report by PhoneArena, is one of the color options of the Galaxy Fold successor and can also be offered with the Galaxy Note 20 series.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2: Specifications
Earlier this month, several reports said that the Galaxy Z Fold 2 smartphone will come with a 7.7-inch Super AMOLED screen (Y-OCTA) and a 120 Hz refreshed rate. It is expected that the super amoled screen will also be available on the outside, which will be 6.23 inches in size.
The smartphone will be equipped with Snapdragon 865 Plus processor, Galaxy Z Fold 2 will get dual battery setup, which has a combined capacity of 4365 mAh as well as it can support 15 watt fast wireless charging and 15 watt fast reverse wireless charging. For security, it will have a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, the upcoming device will also support 5G connectivity.
Talking about cameras, according to reports, a 10-megapixel sensor will be available on both the inside and outside of Galaxy Z Fold 2. The triple camera setup at the rear will get a 64-megapixel telephoto lens, a 12-megapixel sensor with ultra-wide lens, and a 12-megapixel sensor with wide-angle lens.