Samsung is expected to unveil its new Galaxy Z Flip 2 foldable phone in July this year. At the same event, we may also see the launch of the flagship Galaxy Z Fold 3 smartphone. Whether it will be called the Galaxy Z Flip 2 or the Galaxy Z Flip 3 remains to be seen, but regardless of its final moniker, the upcoming foldable will have roughly the same battery capacity as the original Galaxy Z Flip.
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The upcoming Galaxy Z Flip 2 has appeared on SafetyKorea, 3C, and DEKRA certification sites. They all reveal that the upcoming clamshell foldable phone will have a similar dual-battery system as the original Galaxy Z Flip. The dual-battery system comprises a main unit with a rated capacity of 2,300mAh and a typical capacity of 2,370mAh. It’s paired with a smaller, secondary battery with a rated capacity of 903mAh. They’ll have a combined capacity of around 3,300mAh, which is about the same as what you’ll get from the original Galaxy Z Flip.
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Recent reports have revealed that the Galaxy Z Flip 2 will have a 6.9-inch punch-hole display with slim bezels. It may carry support for up to 120Hz refresh rate. It will come preloaded with One UI 3.5 based Android 11 OS. Samsung Z Flip 2 may also arrive in 128GB and 256GB storage choices.