What, Samsung has not released the OG Galaxy Fold yet and you are telling me that there is already a Fold 2? Well, the first folding phones are rule breakers and, as such, their planned release has not happened and they will not be imported in their original form and even specifications.
Fold was supposed to arrive in April, but it comes in September, five months after the initial release date, and usually by that point Samsung will have to work hard on its successor if it wants to release in the spring.
Well, at least this second part is going according to plan, as the Korean media recently reported that Samsung is working hard on the Fold 2, which will have a larger 8-inch display and ultra-thin glass instead of the now infamous movie about a fold of Fold that people consider to be a screen protector.
Design, Specs and Release Date of the Galaxy Fold 2
What we also hoped was that the unfortunate Fold cut would disappear when the Fold arrived 2 times at some point in 2020 and probably enough, constantly alert LetsGoDigital people grabbed Samsung's patent for a new foldable phone whose share had shrunk significantly.
As you can see below, Samsung has patented all the possible trim positions ̵
1; left, right and center – in order to circle the wagons around all the designs that can be reached after considering all other hardware considerations.
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As for the specifications mentioned above, apart from the larger 8-inch diagonal of the display made possible by the obviously slimmer frame anywhere, we can reasonably expect a Snapdragon 865 chipset with a Qualcomm X55 multi-audio 5G modem included, 12GB operational memory and 512 GB storage. The camera kit is a big unknown – it will probably be reworked as well, but how?
Well, given the fact that other manufacturers are spinning scams in sensor sizes and zoom levels, we've heard that Samsung has decided to significantly enhance its photography game for the Galaxy S11 by offering something "never seen before."  Whether that "liquid lens" or crazy amounts of magnification, these enhancements will surely spill over to what may very well be Samsung's most expensive 2020 phone – the Galaxy Fold 2 – too.