According to Sammobile, Samsung will launch at least four phones at its Unpacked event on August 5. These include successors to the Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Fold. Now, according to leaks, Samsung’s flagship foldable product is likely to be called the Galaxy Z Fold 2.
A Samsung spokesperson confirmed in an interview earlier this year that the company intends to combine Fold and the Z Flip. Another hint about Samsung’s folding product name change is the Galaxy Fold landing page in the US, which shows the Galaxy Z name in front of the Galaxy Fold in the URL.
As for the Fold successor, the current exposure indicates that the product will have larger screens on the front and inside, with an estimated 6.23 inches on the outside and 7.7 inches on the inside, a 120Hz refresh rate, and possibly a perforated and ultrathin glass (UTG) structure. It also has three cameras like a 108MP main camera, a dip-out optical zoom camera and an ultra wide-angle camera, as well as the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor. According to previous leaks, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 could have a 25W fast wired charging capability.