Galaxy Fold 2 photos just leaked: Here's your first look
- Author: Delia Davidson Dec 20, 2019,
Dec 20, 2019, 0:24
It will also be a glimpse of the future Galaxy Note 11.
It is the year of the foldable phones and Samsung seems to be leading the pack.
First spotted by mobile leaker Ice Universe, the images depict a clamshell-like device reminiscent of a traditional flip phone that folds up into a compact palm-sized phone, making it small enough to easily fit into a pocket. The power button being flat suggests that it might house a fingerprint scanner within, as we've seen on the Samsung Galaxy S10e.
After the relaunch of the original Samsung Galaxy Fold, people have been waiting to see what Samsung has in store next.
However, the Korea Herald also jumped on the speculation bandwagon earlier this month stating the handset is expected to cost $850 and will be unveiled sometime in February.
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Samsung has yet to release any details on the new concept, leaving its name, specs, and stage of development a mystery. The company is already rumored to be working on its next foldable phone.
It's the approach that Motorola has taken with the new Razr folding phone and while we love the Galaxy Fold's big display, that's only really useful when you can use it two-handed; with the clamshell folder, you'll have a much better experience one-handed. Similarly, the phone's price also remains a mystery at this point.
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When collapsed the phone folds onto itself to configure the device into a book-like shape with one, slimmer, outward facing display.