The Z Fold 2 also features Z Flip‘s Flex Mode that will allow it to stay open at various angles.
Samsung is also touting this as a productivity-centric device, which becomes increasingly important at a time when the Microsoft Surface Duo has arrived. The company says it will let you work across three apps simultaneously.
Like the new Note 20 phones, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 also provides Wireless DeX, allowing you to connect the device to an external display wirelessly without needing accessories like DeX Pad or USB cable.
Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G alleged specs
The cover display is now 6.2-inches, a notable upgrade when compared to the OG Fold’s 4.6-inch front screen. The external display apparently sticks to a 60Hz refresh rate, which is understandable.
Bezels have been swapped out for cutouts on both the screens for accommodating cameras. The main setup consists of three cameras with a resolution of 12MP. The front-facing shooters likely have a resolution of 10MP.
The Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G will be available in the colors black and bronze and its price will be announced next month. Per a recent report, it will go on sale on September 18.