Software development for the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 would have started
Unlocked version of the phone should be called SM-F916U1
Samsung would have already begun to develop software customized to your new folding phone Galaxy Fold 2, which will be announced later this year. According to the XDA Developers website, information recently leaked that the company has already set a code for the unlocked version of the product: SM-F916U1.
This variant of the foldable smartphone is expected to launch in the United States and contain the high-end Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset. The expectation is that the smartphone will be announced during the Samsung Unpacked event to be held in August.
This would explain the level of development of the product’s software, as it is close to your ad. If all goes well, it is likely that the Galaxy Fold 2 will be announced alongside the Galaxy Note 20 line.
The Samsung Unpacked 2020 event is yet to stage the launch of the new Galaxy Watch 3 smartwatch and Galaxy Buds Live wireless headphones. They are due to be introduced initially in July, but their official launch should happen with the new smartphones. It is possible that they are offered as a bonus on the pre-order of the Galaxy Fold 2 and Galaxy Note 20.
According to the WCCF Tech website , it is likely that Samsung’s new foldable phone will have a 7.7-inch main screen with very thin edges and a hole-punch camera .
It is expected that it will be more durable than the original Fold, which had structural problems and needed to have its launch postponed. There were reports that the device could be launched with an S Pen, but it seems that Samsung has given up on the idea ever since.
Via: WCCF Tech
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