- An alleged real-world shot of the Galaxy Fold 2 has broken cover.
- The image suggests a punch-hole selfie camera could feature on the foldable display.
At this rate, itâ€™s likely nothing will be a secret at Samsungâ€™s Unpacked event. After pricing for the Galaxy Note 20 and a full hands-on video of the Galaxy Watch 3 leaked yesterday, a purported shot of the Galaxy Z Fold 2 has broken cover.
The shot, which found its way onto XDA writer Max Weinbachâ€™s Twitter timeline (h/t: 9to5Google), purportedly details Samsungâ€™s next foldable phone during its boot sequence.
â€” Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) July 29, 2020
If the snap is real, it confirms Samsungâ€™s name adjustment for the Galaxy Fold line. The unsightly notch from the first Fold is also absent, making way for a punch-hole camera on the right-hand side of the folded display. Itâ€™s only noticeable if you crank up the brightness and contrast, though.
Beyond this, it seems the Galaxy Z Fold 2 could feature thinner edges which will go a long way to making the phone more pocketable. Those hoping for unnoticeable bezels will be disappointed, though. A crease along the deviceâ€™s fold remains visible too.
This is our first seemingly real look at the Galaxy Z Fold 2 since tiny renders were leaked earlier this month. Those suggested the phone will also be offered in a Mystic Bronze colorway, which seems to be Samsungâ€™s shade of 2020.
The Galaxy Z Fold 2, along with four other key devices from Samsung, will be showcased officially on August 5.