Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 5G advertisement video shows up ahead of September 1 event
Samsung did unveil its second-gen Galaxy Fold smartphone earlier this month during the ‘Galaxy Unpacked' event but gave us nothing more than the image and a few bit and pieces of information. The South Korean tech firm is supposed to reveal the device's details on September 1. Although that is still more than a week ago from now, an advertisement has showed up on YouTube. The alleged video claimed as the Galaxy Fold 2 5G uploaded by Sparrow News, shows the handset in full glory along with some UI details and display specs.
The leaked ad states the Galaxy Fold 2 5G to feature 7.6-inch Ultra-Thin Glass display with 120Hz refresh rate. The official website adds the handset to sport a 6.2-inch screen on the outside. Also mentioned is the inclusion of Adaptive Flex mode that lets you watch photos and videos in a hands-free way. There's also ‘enhanced' multi-tasking allowing you to navigate, drag and drop, and work across three apps simultaneously. Also, you get the Flex UI through which you can watch a video on one screen while chatting or making notes in the other half.
Lastly, the Galaxy Fold 2 5G gets wireless Dex mode to mirror handset or transfer content on to your monitors or TVs easily.
It has already been revealed that Galaxy Z Fold 2 has five cameras in total with a 64-megapixel primary sensor, and dual 10-megapixel sensors. It runs on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865+ chipset with 5G support.
However, we will get to know more about the product in next few days.