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Samsung Reveals Galaxy Z Fold2 In Its Unpacked 2020 Event

Samsung held its Unpacked 2020 event earlier today where they announced its upcoming devices-- the new Galaxy Note20 series, tablets, and its truly wireless headphones.

The company also revealed that they are working on the sequel to its foldable smartphone and its plans for Android in the coming years.

Interestingly, Samsung did not divulge too much information on the Galaxy Z Fold2. The South Korean manufacturer revealed that the Galaxy Z Fold2 will have a larger outer display, which now covers the full 6.2-inch surface in front. The original Fold model only had a 4.6-inch outer display. Inside, the flexible display has also been enlarged to 7.6 inches instead of 7.3. This inner display is also protected by Samsung's UTG (Ultra Thin Glass).

Other changes include a small camera hole-punch design to expand screen real estate. There is also a 4,500mAh battery, and a choice between Mystic Black and Mystic Bronze colors.

As of this writing, that's all the details we know about the Galaxy Z Fold2. More details will be revealed on September 1 since they will start accepting pre-orders during that time. Reports show that T-Mobile, Verizon, and AT&T will be offering the Galaxy Z Fold2.

During today's event, Samsung announced that its recent Galaxy flagship phones will be getting Android OS updates for up to three years. The devices included in this policy include the Galaxy S10 and later phones, like the Note 10, S20, and Note 20 series.

This is an improvement for the company, since its flagship phones typically only get two Android OS updates.

You can read the full announcement here.

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