The Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 is rumored to go official on August 5 along with the Galaxy Note 20 series and Galaxy Z Flip 5G. Rumors surrounding the Galaxy Fold 2 have revealed that it will be arriving with several improvements compared to the original Galaxy Fold launched last year. The details of its outer and inner displays have already appeared. Today, Samsung Fold 2 has received approval from the 3C authority of China.
The 3C listings suggest that, like the original Galaxy Fold, the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 is said to have two separate batteries — one 2,090 mAh unit, and another 2,275 mAh one. The sum of that is 4,365 mAh, which is right around the first-generation Fold's 4,380 mAh total capacity. Recent reports have revealed that the Galaxy Fold 2 will have a larger 7.7-inch inner display and a 6.23-inch exterior screen. Both displays are said to flaunt Infinity-O design. The main display is also rumored to come with support for 120Hz refresh rate. Apart from the 512 GB storage model, the Galaxy Fold 2 is also said to have a 256 GB storage option. The rear camera setup of the foldable phone may include a 12-megapixel main lens, a 64-megapixel telephoto sensor, and a 16-megapixel ultrawide shooter.