Samsung is reportedly working on the Galaxy Fold 2. The South Korean company is expected to launch it with some enhanced features than the original the Galaxy Fold that debuted as the firm’s first foldable phone in 2019. A South Korean publication has revealed some information on the new features that will be available on the Galaxy Fold 2.
The report reveals that the Galaxy Fold 2 will be coming in two color editions, such as Martian Green and Astro Blue. The availability of these color variants may vary depending on markets. The aforementioned color variants were reportedly planned first for the original Galaxy Fold. However, the company scrapped the plan and launched it in Space Silver and Cosmos Black color choices.
The Galaxy Fold 2 is expected to have weigh less than last year’s device. The report specifically indicates that the Fold 2 will weigh 229 grams. The Galaxy Fold also weighs around 260 grams. While the rumor mill had speculated that the Fold 2 would come equipped with S-Pen stylus, the new report states Samsung’s next foldable phone won’t come with a stylus.
Samsung Galaxy Fold
The outer designs of the Galaxy Fold 2 could also be the same as the predecessor model. And The Galaxy Fold has an outer screen of about 7.3 inches. The report also states the successor model will be flaunting a larger external display. Lastly, the South Korean tech giant is scheduled to mass-produce the Fold 2 slightly faster than it did for the predecessor model.
The mass production of the Galaxy Fold 2 parts may begin by mid-May, and its commercial units could be ready by June. It is rumored that Samsung could be planning to launch the Galaxy Fold 2 alongside the Galaxy Note 20 series in August. The Fold 2 may come in a cheaper 256 GB storage variant. The original Fold is only available in 512 GB storage versions.