Samsung is reportedly working on the successor of its foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Fold. New information has emerged online revealing some key details about the upcoming foldable smartphone.
As per a report by The Korea Herald, Samsung is planning to launch the upcoming Galaxy Fold 2 with a clamshell design. This could be the same design that it teased during its annual developer conference. Furthermore, the report highlights that the smartphone might cost around 1 million won, which roughly translate to $845 or Rs 60,633 in South Korea. The phone is expected to hit $1,000 price tag when it will hit the global market.
The report further highlights that the company might unveil the clamshell model in February along with its upcoming Galaxy S11 series. The Galaxy Fold 2 is expected to launch in the month of August next year.
Meanwhile, the batteries of the upcoming Galaxy Fold 2 got the certifications from SafetyKorea. Just like the original Galaxy Fold, the upcoming foldable smartphone will be equipped with two batteries. The first battery bears model number EB-BF701ABY and it will come with 900mAh output, while the second one bears EB-BF700ABY model number. For your reference, the Galaxy Fold comes with 2,135mAh and 2,245mAh batteries. Furthermore, the upcoming Galaxy Fold 2 is said to come with codename Bloom and it has model number SM-F700F.