Samsung might not launch the Galaxy Fold 2 at Samsung Unpacked
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Things don't always go as planned, especially with a global pandemic affecting multiple industries. Although it's believed that Samsung could launch the Galaxy Fold 2 at the Samsung Unpacked on 5 August 2020, some sources are claiming that it may be delayed instead.
XDA Developers contributor Max Weinbach is convinced that the Galaxy Fold 2 is not going to be revealed at the upcoming Samsung Unpacked. He claims that the device will probably be unveiled only in September 2020, while the official release would be in October 2020. Allegedly, this is because the software for Samsung's next foldable is not ready and testings by telco carrier partners have not been completed.
This is absolutely no surprise. The software isn't even close to ready for a September launch and there is very few mentions of anything hardware wise. It's likely been delayed a bunch and that's why.— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) July 11, 2020
As for the hardware, leaks and rumours have revealed what some of its tech specs could be. It's likely going to be equipped with a Snapdragon 865 chipset, a 7.7-inch foldable 120Hz display, and a 4365mAh battery. Aside from that, it should come with up to 12GB of RAM and 512GB of internal storage, matching what the previous Galaxy Fold has.
Is Weinbach correct in this case? We're not sure but it's best not to take what he says at face value. After all, even if Samsung isn't ready to launch it, they could still reveal the device at Samsung Unpacked. But what do you think? Will the Galaxy Fold 2 be delayed? Share your thoughts with us on our Facebook page and stay tuned to TechNave.com for further updates.