The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 announced earlier this month is going on sale in major markets worldwide, which include the US, UK, Singapore, Thailand, France, and a bunch of other countries in Europe.
The Galaxy Z Fold2 is Samsung's fourth foldable smartphone and it packs two screens - a 7.6" 120Hz foldable AMOLED display, and a 6.23" secondary screen on the outer cover.
Under the hood, the Galaxy Z Fold2 has a Snapdragon 865+ SoC paired with 12GB RAM. It runs Android 10-based One UI 2.5 and comes with up to 256GB of internal storage.
For photography, the Galaxy Z Fold2 comes with a total of five cameras - three 12MP units (primary + telephoto + ultrawide) on the back cover, one 10MP selfie camera punched into the cover screen, and another 10MP unit sitting inside the right half of the foldable display.
The Galaxy Z Fold2 features a side-mounted fingerprint reader, and fueling the entire package is a 4,500 mAh battery that draws power through a USB-C port at up to 25W.
You can read our detailed written review of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 to learn all about it, or watch the video review attached below.
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The article clearly refers to Z fold 2. Pretty sure I'm talking about this particular foldable not the Z flip. The first model was recalled and relaunched, it comes under first generation itself. How bout you learn to give credit where ...
You forgot about the z flip, the z flip 5G(with 865+) and the second iteration of the galaxy fold which solved some durability issues? If you are talking about phone-into-tablet devices, yes, the z fold2 is technically the second generation. ...