South Korean company Samsung has included a new smartphone in its list of flagship folding smartphones. Samsung has officially announced its new folding smartphone Galaxy Z Fold 2, in its online Galaxy Unpacked Event 2020. This phone is an upgraded version of galaxy Z Flip launched last year. The phone has a new camera system, a hole punch display with a large external display. The phone mystic black and mystic bronze will come in two color options.

Samsung has not disclosed any of the phone's launching date and the price at the moment. You have to wait for more information about Galaxy Z Fold 2. Samsung has claimed that the rest of the information about Galaxy Z Fold will be given at a September event. Let's say that the pre-order of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold smartphone will also start from this day.


The Galaxy Z Fold 2 smartphone is offered with two displays. The phone's fold-up will have a 6.2-inch external full-size screen that will cover the entire phone. When the same is unfolded, the main display of the phone will be 7.6 inches. It is going to be easy to use when the phone is folded. The notch display is given on the top right corner of this flagship smartphone. The phone is also offering a 120Hz refreshed rate of disparage, which will give a good gaming experience to the phone. In addition, Galaxy Z Fold 2 has been given Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 865 Plus processor. Samsung has used ultra-thin glass in Galaxy Fold 2, just like galaxy Z Flip. Similarly, Galaxy Z Fold 2 is given Flex Mode in the smartphone, which can be used to put the phone on a desk like a laptop by half fold. Earlier Flex Mode was used in Galaxy Z Flip. The phone is about 6mm thin. At the same time, there are very thin gaps in the display, which can be easily pocketed. In addition, the phone has a new Hinge feature, which has been named sweeper on behalf of Samsung.

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