There’s been a lot of talk about what features the Galaxy Fold 2 may or may not have, but so far, Samsung has been able to keep the design of its next-gen foldable a secret. Numerous smartphone fans have tried to determined the Galaxy Fold 2’s design based on the information that leaked so far, and this is where the latest fan renders come in.
What you see in the gallery below are two unofficial Galaxy Fold 2 renders passed along by @blossomcy1201 on Twitter. They showcase a relatively discrete evolution of the original Galaxy Fold design complete with a Galaxy S20-esque camera bump. Another striking difference in both design and functionality between the original Galaxy Fold and the Galaxy Fold 2 is expected to lie in the cover display.
The OG Fold has a 4.6-inch Super AMOLED cover display with a resolution of 1680 by 720 and a 21:9 aspect ratio. The panel’s small size and large bezels have always been some of the foldable phone’s weaker aspects, but this shortcoming should be addressed by the sequel. The Galaxy Fold 2 is rumored to pack a larger 6.23-inch cover display with a pixel count of 2267 by 819 and a taller aspect ratio, and the fan renders below seen to reflect this change. The display could also follow the Infinity-O design with a selfie camera cutout in the center.
It should go without saying but we’re saying it anyway; the Galaxy Fold 2 hasn’t been spotted in the wild yet so its exterior design may or may not be close to what these renders predict. Treat them for what they are, with a dose of skepticism, but feel free to let us know in the comments if this is the kind of Galaxy Fold 2 you would like Samsung to reveal in August.