Samsung, a South Korean electronics company, recently introduced the diary-centric phone Galaxy Fold in the Indian market. At the same time, the news is now coming that the company is preparing to launch the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 early next year (2020). The Galaxy Fold is believed to be launched in April next year. The new Galaxy fold will be larger than the Abi model.
Not only this, the report said that the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 will use the clamshell folding mechanism. Apart from this, the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 can have an 8.1-inch screen which is larger than the current model. However, at the moment the company has not given any information about this.
Samsung Galaxy Fold specifications
Samsung Galaxy Fold has a 7.3-inch screen. This phone can be folded into a smaller tablet, after which the outside screen will be 4.6-inch. There are a total of 6 cameras in this phone, which is both on the outside and inside of the phone body. The triple camera setup has been given on the rear panel of the phone. It has a 16-megapixel primary sensor with an F / 2.2 aperture.
The second sensor is 12 MP, which supports dual pixel autofocus, OIS. The company has introduced it with a variable aperture. It shoots from f / 1.5 to f / 2.4. The third sensor is telephoto. It has 2x optical zoom support. At the same time, a 10 MP camera has also been given inside the fold which comes F / 2.2. Along with this, you will get a dual-camera set up in front of a selfie. The main sensor is 10 MP which comes with F 2.2 aperture. At the same time, there is an RGB sensor which is for depth sensing and it is F / 1.9 aperture.
Samsung Galaxy Fold works on Samsung’s new OneUI interface based on Android 9 Pie. At the same time, Snapdragon 855, Qualcomm’s most powerful chipset with 7-nanometer fabrication, has been given in this phone for processing. It can be multi-tasking with three apps simultaneously. Along with this, two different batteries have been given in the Samsung Galaxy fold. The capacitance of both these batteries is 4,380 mAh. These two batteries will power different displays.