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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G Featured in Leaked Press Renders Ahead of the August 5 Launch

With Samsung’s big ‘Galaxy Unpacked’ event only a week away, we get our first clear preview of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G. The next-gen folding phone from Samsung shines in the stunning Mystic Bronze, and the muted-but-elegant Mystic Black editions — guided by the uniform, consistent design language Samsung is introducing this season.

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Published by MySmartPrice, the Samsung Fold 2 press renders fall in line with the many, many leaks we’ve seen over the past few weeks. The obtrusive wedge-notch is gone and succeeded by a far more welcoming single punch-hole that lives just off-center.

The exterior, secondary screen, also features the iconic ‘Infinity-O’ design. All the while bezels surrounding both displays are lighter than ever — leaving more room for screen real-estate. The revamped hinge has Samsung’s logo painted on it, and seamlessly blends the two halves.

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The exterior, secondary screen, also features the iconic ‘Infinity-O’ design. All the while bezels surrounding both displays are lighter than ever — leaving more room for screen real-estate. The revamped hinge has Samsung’s logo painted on it, and seamlessly blends the two halves.

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Based on the specification sheet previously reported, the external screen of the Z Fold 2 stretches 6.23”, while the main Galaxy display measures 7.7”. The duo uses super AMOLED panels, and the primary screen reaches an extreme 120Hz refresh rate. Around the back, you get a 12MP primary camera, a 64MP telephoto sensor, and a 12MP ultra-wide-angle sensor. The selfie cameras have 10MP sensors behind them.

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865+ is expected to power the Samsung device, backed by a 4,356mAh battery that supports 15W fast charging. To round off the flagship internals, the Z Fold 2 features up to 512GB of native storage. It’ll be more affordable than its predecessor but still expected to starts from an eye-watering $1,980 (3,30,000 PKR).


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