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Samsung seemingly confirmed Galaxy Fold 2 new design
« on: October 30, 2019, 04:04:58 PM »
Samsung unveiled the original Galaxy Fold in late February and hoped to start shipments in April. Unfortunately, hardware issues related to the new form factor forced Samsung to delay the phone's release until September and spend months fine-tuning its existing design. But as it turns out, the company was also working on an entirely different foldable device the entire time.
It folds vertically and replaces the notch with a punch hole

Following months of leaks and rumors, the South Korean giant has just shown off a completely new foldable smartphone concept at the annual Samsung Developer Conference. The company didn't reveal the phone's name but its design suggests it's probably the long-rumored Motorola Razr competitor that's codenamed 'Bloom' and often referred to as the Galaxy Fold 2.

Samsung itself claims the images shown in the video are "for illustration purposes only." The actual product design is still "subject to change" but it seems unlikely the brand will stray away from the all-new design presented today. Taking this into account, it seems fairly certain at this stage that next year's second-generation Galaxy Fold will use a tall, punch-hole display that folds vertically, much like traditional clamshell phones.

The dimensions of the OLED display haven't yet been revealed but rumors suggest Samsung is looking into either an 8.1-inch panel or a more compact 6.7-inch screen that'll be paired with new ultra-thin glass which should make the product noticeably more durable than the current-generation Galaxy Fold. Speaking of durability, Samsung's next foldable appears to feature an updated hinge design which can keep the phone securely closed, ensure it stays open when required, and maintain a 90-degree angle so that you can use the top and bottom of the display separately. Samsung demoes the latter in the video above with the camera app.


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