09 January 2020
Samsung is widely rumored to be working on a clamshell foldable phone and now for the first time, we have come across real-life images claimed to be that of the device itself. The new leak is coming from the Chinese social media platform Weibo that includes images showing the alleged Galaxy Fold 2 from different angles.
In the first look, Samsung's clamshell foldable phone resembles the way Motorola RAZR (2019) folding mechanism works. It still folds in the center and divides the screen into two halves but results in a smaller folding crease. It has a punch-hole selfie camera in the center like the Galaxy Note 10. There are significantly bigger bezels on all the four sides that make for an odd design.
The backside of the device has dual rear cameras and a smaller display. It is the external display that will be used for showing important details like date, time, and alerts counter. The exact size for the same is currently unknown but as far as the internal display is concerned, it is expected to be between 6.7- to 6.9-inches.
The dual rear camera on the phone is already rumored to be a 108-megapixel main sensor and a 5x zoom sensor. It is the same setup that is expected to make its debut on the Galaxy S11. One of the most interesting things to have been reported about the phone is that it will cost below the $1,000 mark. It means Samsung could see more buyers taking out their purses for the device.