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Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 tipped to offer under-screen selfie camera

We haven't seen commercial phones with an under-screen selfie camera yet, let alone a foldable phone.

Published onFebruary 17, 2020

Samsung Galaxy Fold Review against the wall

Samsung has already produced two smartphones with a foldable display, offering the Galaxy Fold and the Galaxy Z Flip. We’ve previously heard about a Samsung Galaxy Fold sequel, tentatively dubbed Galaxy Fold 2, and more details may have leaked.

Korean outlet Aju News and Ross Young, founder of Display Supply Chain Consultants (h/t: XDA-Developers), have both reported that the device might have an under-screen selfie camera. Young adds that it could potentially arrive with ultra-thin glass (UTG) as well, although that’s apparently dependent on supply challenges being met.

May have an under panel camera sensor too meaning no hole. May or may not have UTG. Have to boost UTG capacity in Vietnam…
— Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) February 16, 2020

The two sources also report that the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 is currently code-named Champ, with Young adding that the phone is scheduled for a Q3 2020 launch date. Aju News, meanwhile, drills down even deeper and says the phone will launch in July.

Samsung says it's capable of designing foldables that fold even more
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The display executive adds that the phone will fold out to offer a 7.7-inch display, meaning the screen is slightly larger than the 7.3-inch Galaxy Fold panel. Otherwise, the Korean news outlet says it’s tipped to have a similar price to the original model, with Young also saying it’ll be more expensive than clamshell foldables.

Either way, the Galaxy Z Flip has set the bar high for Samsung foldable phones in 2020. So you can be sure that the company will want to achieve a similar level of polish with the Galaxy Fold 2, leaving memories of the Galaxy Fold’s original launch in the dust.

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