Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2

On September 9, 2020, Samsung Electronics held the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G China New Product Launch Conference. The appointment will be opened today, and it will be officially listed in China on September 25. The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 Thom Browne limited edition will also open an appointment on September 9.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2

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Key Features

As a new category of mobile smart terminals, folding screen phones must not only have powerful performance but also have an excellent control experience. As Samsung’s third-generation folding screen phone, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G uses AI engine-driven Snapdragon 865+ flagship chip and LPDDR5 memory. Compared with the previous generation Galaxy Fold, the overall performance has been greatly improved, and the operation is faster and smoother. Multitasking or playing large games are more convenient. The Chinese version has a large storage space of up to 512GB, which can help users retain more content. The 4500mAh dual-cell smart battery eliminates users’ worries about usage time. With the support of AI, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G can automatically select 4G or 5G network according to network conditions and maintain a smooth connection at any time.

Screen

Compared with previous generation products, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G also has many innovations in terms of control experience. Its external screen reaches 6.2 inches. In the folded state, it is convenient for one-handed operation and can also easily perform operations such as making calls, chatting, and watching videos. The unfolded main screen reaches 7.6 inches (right angle) and supports a 120Hz adaptive refresh rate. In addition to bringing more enjoyable immersive video and gaming experience, the main screen also supports opening three applications at the same time, one-click split-screen, drag-and-drop, split-screen capture, and other functions.

Compared with the previous generation of products, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G uses Samsung’s newly developed multi-angle rotation stop technology, which can freeze the phone at a specific angle. This allows users to free their hands for a more convenient experience. For example, use the adaptive split-screen mode on the main screen for hands-free video calls, or fold the phone to a specific angle and stand on the desktop.

Folding Screen Advantages

The multi-angle rotary stop technology also allows users to take photos and videos from multiple angles without a tripod. At the same time, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G also brings many flagship features such as dual preview, automatic composition, shooting & preview mode, professional video mode, AI one-click multi-shot, night mode, etc.

The outer screen of Galaxy Z Fold2 5G uses the latest generation of Corning Gorilla Glass Victus, which has been upgraded again in strength. The internal main screen uses Samsung’s ultra-thin flexible glass (UTG), which is light, delicate, smooth and smooth. This screen is composed of many different material layers, and the flexible and rigid layers have been redesigned to better withstand external shocks. This also makes this screen not only a fuller in terms of color but also more durable.

The invisible hinge of the Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G uses more than 60 components. But it does not affect the thickness, weight and reliability of the product. At the same time, in order to effectively reduce the dust and other small foreign objects in the gap between the fuselage and the hinge, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G has innovatively upgraded the dustproof fiber technology. It uses the revolutionary ultra-micro cutting technology to shorten the fiber length and reduce the gap.

Price

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G offers two colors – mist gold and pine smoke ink, with a suggested retail price of 16,999 yuan ($2488).

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2

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