As mentioned, on the front of the device in closed mode we will now encounter a size screen 6.2 inches, With a Super AMOLED panel, with HD + resolution and a layout of 2260 by 816 pixels. The display ratio is quite long and amounts to 25 by 9, with the Infinity-O camera hole at the top and the display panel itself supporting the display of content in the HDR10 + standard with a refresh rate of 60 Hz.
Moving on to the open state of the pavilion, here Samsung enlarges the screen to 7.6 inches compared to 7.3 inches in the previous generation, with a Dynamic AMOLED 2X panel, with + Full HD + resolution and a layout of 2208 by 1768 pixels. The display ratio of the above screen amounts to 5 by 4, with support for displaying content in the HDR10 + standard and a maximum refresh rate of 120 Hz that works in a dynamic configuration that allows it to move between 1 Hz and 120 Hz using LTPO technology.
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Under the hood is the chipset Snapdragon 865 Plus, Manufactured in a 7-nanometer process and includes 8 Kryo 585 cores with a maximum frequency of 3.09 GHz for the most powerful core, along with 3 additional cores with a maximum frequency of 2.42 GHz and 4 energy-efficient cores with a maximum frequency of 1.8 GHz. In addition to this, we can open a large number of applications using 12 GB of LPDDR5 working memory along with 256 GB of storage.
Samsung bases the entire array on the Android 10 operating system, alongside the OneUI 2.1 user interface that wears on the system. The battery running behind the scenes comes as a pair of batteries with a capacity of 2250 mAh, which brings us to a total battery capacity of 4500 mAh. The Galaxy Z Fold 2 can be charged via a USB Type-C connector, as it supports a power of 25 watts wired, a power of 11 watts wirelessly and can also charge other devices via reverse wireless charging.
The structure of the device plays a major role when it comes to a foldable device, and Samsung introduces a number of improvements based on past experience with the Galaxy Fold. In the new model, Samsung incorporates a new piece embedded under the metal in the name UMC (R.T. Under-Metal Cushion) to strengthen the display structure and the device. In addition, the company built the display using a thicker layer of polymer that settles on the thin glass (UTG), so that the structure now includes a thick polymer layer, a glass layer, the The display panel and the UMC plot.
More about the structure of the device, in its right frame we can find the fingerprint scanner under the volume control buttons, with its top frame storing the speaker grill and microphone and its left frame containing the SIM drawer. In the lower frame of the device sits the charging connector, and in the back it will be possible to notice the photo array. In addition, Samsung uses the same Flex Mode as the Galaxy Z Flip, so we can keep the device locked in 90 or 120 degree mode.
Along with these details, Samsung has made the thickness of the device thinner, which now amounts to just 6mm compared to 6.9mm in the first Galaxy Fold. The company also found that using a cleaning system similar to that found in vacuum cleaners can help the Galaxy Z Fold 2 deal with dust and small particles that can get into the main folding axis. However, the device will be available in Mystic Bronze and Mystic Black.
The photo array on the back of the Galaxy Z Fold 2 offers a main sensor with a resolution of 12 megapixels, with an f / 1.8 aperture key, a pixel size of 1.8 micrometers, fast autofocus and built-in optical stabilization. The secondary sensor in the array also comes with a 12-megapixel resolution, with an f / 2.2 aperture key, a pixel size of 1.12 microns and wide-angle shooting capabilities. The third and final sensor on the back of the device offers a 12-megapixel resolution as well, with an f / 2.4 aperture key and optical zoom support.
The pair of selfie cameras in the device are completely identical, and these come with a resolution of 10 megapixels, with an f / 2.2 aperture key and fixed focus, while the first selfie camera is located on the front of the device in closed mode and the second on the front in open mode.
The company unveiled the Galaxy Z Fold 2 during the Unpacked event held today, but the full details about it will only be revealed at a separate event which will be held on September 1 alongside the opening of pre-orders for the device.
* Some of the details that appear in this article are not official and are not finally approved by Samsung.
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