Resource MySmartPrice has shared highly detailed images of the new folding smartphone Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G, which the South Korean giant is set to unveil on August 5 at the Galaxy Unpacked event. Renders obtained, as the resource indicates, from a reliable source, allow you to look at the device from almost all angles.
In the images shown, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G comes in two body colors: Mystic Black and Mystic Bronze. As mentioned earlier, the front camera of the device has changed its position. The original model has it in the upper right part above the large screen. For the new device, the module has moved to the central part of the external Infinity-O screen. In this case, the size of the front display, apparently, really “increased” from 4.3 to 6.23 inches.
On the back of the smartphone, in the upper left corner, there is a rectangular triple main camera module. According to rumors, the resolution of its sensors is equal to 64, 12 and 12 million pixels. They are accompanied by a round LED flash module. Despite the seeming bulkiness, the main camera module does not protrude much beyond the body. This can be seen if you look at the side view of the device.
To open the smartphone, a similar (or maybe exactly the same) mechanism is used that is used in the original Galaxy Fold model. Inside meets a new mainstream 7.7-inch flexible Super AMOLED display. Unlike the original Galaxy Fold, which uses a massive dual camera module, the new model uses only one internal selfie camera sensor. Its resolution is rumored to be 10 megapixels.
Also according to the latest rumors, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G will be able to offer up to 512GB of storage. It is equipped with a 4,356 mAh battery with support for 15W wireless and 15W reversible charging. It is assumed that the device is built on the Snapdragon 865 Plus eight-core mobile platform. The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G is expected to be around $ 2,000. The original Galaxy Fold cost about the same at the start of sales.
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