Samsung’s Unpacked event is still more than a month away but we’ve already heard a lot of speculations. The most pronounced and highly probable is that Samsung will release at least four devices in the said event. This includes the Galaxy Note 20 series, Galaxy Z Flip 5G, and the next generation Galaxy Fold.
Interestingly, rumors also suggest a new branding for Galaxy Fold’s successor. The upcoming device will be called as the Galaxy Z Fold 2. The name change means that Samsung’s folding smartphones will fall under one umbrella branding — the Galaxy Z series.
The Galaxy Z series was first released this year when the brand launched its clamshell smartphone, the Galaxy Z Flip. In February, Samsung confirmed that it will use the Galaxy Z branding for its foldable smartphone portfolio.
When it comes to the specs of the Fold’s successor, the speculations say that it will come in larger screens both in front and inside the fold. Just as expected, it will use the flagship Snapdragon 865 and significant upgrades in terms of the cameras.
Moreover, a certification reveals that the upcoming device will sport a 25W fast-charging. The listing also confirms that the smartphone will have 5G connectivity.
Another information strengthening the said rumor is Galaxy Fold’s US landing page which shows the Galaxy Z name before the Galaxy Fold in the URL. However, with little information, nothing is conclusive yet. Not until Samsung confirms any information, the most we can do is wait and see what’s going to happen.