Samsung’s next foldable smartphone will be called the Galaxy Z Fold 2

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The Galaxy Z Fold 2 will be the third in Samsung’s series of foldable smartphones, after the Galaxy Fold and Galaxy Z Flip. Going forward, the devices will be classified in the Galaxy Z group, according to SamMobile.

Samsung chose the “Z” brand for its foldable smartphones as it “intuitively communicates the idea of ​​a fold while offering a dynamic, youthful feel,” SamMobile reported. The name Galaxy Z Fold 2, meanwhile, doesn’t come as a complete surprise, as the Galaxy Fold was added to the Galaxy Z category on Samsung’s website after the Galaxy Z Flip launched.

Samsung declined to comment on “rumors or speculation” when Digital Trends was asked for a response to the report.

The Galaxy Z Fold 2 is reported to have a larger and more durable screen, but at a slightly lower price than its $2,000 predecessor. The foldable smartphone is also expected to offer Martian Green and Astro Blue colors as launch options, after they were dropped by the original Galaxy Fold.

Presentation of the 5th of August?

Samsung is expected to reveal the Galaxy Z Fold 2 on August 5, in an online-only event that trusted leaker Ice Universe recently claimed is still going on.

Samsung will also announce the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Watch 3 on August 5, among other devices. The alleged Galaxy Fold Lite, a cheaper version priced at $900, is said to have been initially planned to appear at the event but was pushed back to 2021.

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