Update | Yet more new renders of Samsung Galaxy Fold emerge prior to its potential launch
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Update: It appears that these images are genuine, official company images, and have featured in the promotional run-up to the Galaxy Fold's launch at Unpacked.
The launch of the Samsung Galaxy S10 line is now less than 1 hour away today (February 20, 2019). This event, known as Samsung Unpacked 2019, may also showcase the Korean electronic's giant's first foldable phone. We know from a prior event that they have the screen technology to do this. However, the prototype shown off at that juncture was not much to look at otherwise.
New renders from MobiFlip suggest that the Galaxy Fold that may make an appearance at Unpacked will be much more convincing. Unlike the earlier model, it will exhibit much more modern - and much more Samsung - device asthetics. Its casing curves upwards towards the 'unfolded' screen as you may expect from an up-to-date Galaxy S-series device.
One of the renders shows the 'inner faces' of the Galaxy Fold, which make up a tablet-sized screen, in darkness. Half of it appears to show a 'sensor bar' containing a camera module, which is somewhat divided from the rest of the 'fold'. However, it will still make a complete screen with considerable real-estate when turned on its side.