Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 expected to have larger display with 120Hz refresh rate
Although Samsung had already unveiled the Galaxy Z Flip this year, it's not the successor to the Galaxy Fold that many anticipated. However, the Galaxy Fold 2 is still on track for launch this year and is expected to arrive alongside the Galaxy Note 20 series in August. Now, some specs for the Galaxy Fold 2's display have appeared online.
The info came from Ross Young, CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants, who revealed the specs for the main display and front display of the Galaxy Fold 2. In case you're wondering, the main display refers to the screen when it's unfolded and the front display is the screen when it's folded. When unfolded, you get a 7.59-inch display with a max resolution of 2213 x 1689 and a refresh rate of 120Hz. On the other hand, the screen reverts to a 6.23-inch display with a max resolution of 2267 x 819 and a maximum refresh rate of 60Hz.
Besides the display, the Galaxy Fold 2 will allegedly ship with a few features the Galaxy Fold didn't have. This includes the Ultra-Thin Glass that debuted with the Galaxy Z Flip, as well as support for an S-Pen. Allegedly, Samsung also wanted to give the phone an under-display camera. But the technology wasn't ready for implementation, so it's going to be a punch-hole front camera instead.
Samsung hasn't officially confirmed any of the details above, so it's best to take them with a pinch of salt. Having said that, we're rather inclined to believe that they are real. What about you? Do share your thoughts with us on our Facebook page and stay tuned to TechNave.com for more updates on the Galaxy Fold 2.