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Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 concept video showcases the upcoming foldable smartphone’s design


In the year 2020, many smartphone makers are expected to launch new concepts and designs for their devices in a bid to showcase their technical expertise, innovation and to make their smartphones stand out from the crowd.

Samsung made a big splash when the company introduced its first foldable smartphone last year — Galaxy Fold. Now, the South Korean giant is gearing up to launch a second-generation foldable smartphone.

As per the reports, the company could launch the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 at its Samsung Unpacked event on 11th February along with the next-gen Galaxy S-series flagship smartphone series — Galaxy S20.

Now, a concept video of the Galaxy Fold 2 smartphone has surfaced online, which showcase what we can expect the company to offer this time. The video shows a curving plastic that makes up the spine of the Fold 2, the full ‘edge to edge’ closure that avoids the slight gap seen on the first-generation model.

The display has a punch-hole cut-out for the front-facing camera and on the back side, there’s a dual-camera setup. Unlike the Galaxy Fold, the smartphone in the video has a clamshell design, which is in line with the reports and leaks.

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However, do note that this is a concept video mimicking the official smartphone introduction video from Samsung. The company is yet to reveal information about this upcoming foldable smartphone.


Recently, it was reported that the upcoming clamshell foldable phone from Samsung will be equipped with a 6.7-inch display. It had also claimed that it will be featuring a 1-inch external display.

While everyone is calling it Galaxy Fold 2, the official name of the device is under the wraps. Since the phone is expected to make its debut on 11th February, we expect to get leaks related to this foldable smartphone in the coming days or weeks.

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