New, high-res Galaxy Z Fold2 5G renders show Note 20-esque cameras and thinner main-display bezels
The predictions made about the Galaxy Fold's successor have evolved considerably in the months running up to its launch. This just starts at its name: it was originally thought to be simply called the Fold 2; however, subsequent reports hint that it is in fact to go under the emerging Galaxy Z umbrella instead. The latest alleged hands-on leak appears to confirm it will in fact be introduced as the Z Fold2 5G, in fact.
This supposed photo shows some of the device's boot animation, and, thus, the main screen. However, a new leak purports to show the "Z Fold2" in considerably more of its glory. These renders are also the first to confirm IceUniverse's earlier suggestion that it will come with a rear camera set-up much like that associated with the also-impending Galaxy Note 20 series.
To this end, there are large discrete circles for 3 main shooters visible on the putative foldable's rear panel. It is also depicted in closed, "book" and "tablet" modes, thus corroborating additional leaks that point to a 'full-frame' secondary display and a main screen with refined bezels and punch-holes for selfie cameras.
These SuperAMOLED panels are thought to measure 6.23 and 7.7 inches respectively. The new renders also have a hinge-on angle, which somehow gives the impression of increased thickness compared to that of the original Fold.
Finally, the new images also show what this Z Fold2 might look like in Samsung's new Mystic Bronze and Black finishes. They may be confirmed or denied at the Galaxy Unpacked event, which takes place on August 5, 2020.