If taking into account the recently exposed information, although the epidemic has not been completely controlled, the rhythm of Samsung’s new machine has not been disrupted. It is expected that in the second half of this year, the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 will still be listed as scheduled. In addition to continuing the folding screen of the previous generation, the Fold 2 will also upgrade the screen again. Currently, there are only a few models with such a form factor. And Samsung is the most popular among them. Probably, it could benefit because of making its own displays. So the South Korean company should continue this track not to miss success in the folding screen smartphone market.

It is reported that the phone will use a 7.59-inch screen. Its resolution should be 2213×1689, and the refresh rate is expected to reach 120Hz. The large screen, high resolution and refresh rate mean a better operating experience. And compared to the first-generation Samsung Galaxy Fold 7.3-inch main screen, the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 screen experience will undoubtedly be more worth looking forward to. In addition, the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 will also use the more popular punch-hole screen design. But the difference is that both sides of the phone have holes.

The above news come our way from the predictions of Ross Young, the founder, and CEO of DSCC, an authoritative information organization in the global display field. There are rumors that the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 will debut in July or August this year. Also, it’s said the price may be $100 lower than the first generation. If this is the case, then the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 may have a trade-off in hardware configuration.

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