Samsung’s Galaxy Fold 2 has reportedly entered mass production, suggesting the August release date that has been mentioned in multiple rumors was likely correct.
The Galaxy Fold 2 is said to use Ultra Thin Glass and will launch at a cheaper price than its predecessor.
Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Fold 2 during an online-only Unpacked press conference because of the ongoing coronavirus health crisis.
A date for the event hasn’t been set, but the new phones should be unveiled by late August, considering Samsung’s Galaxy Note launch history.
Samsung has been working for more than a year to bring foldable handsets to market that revolutionize the idea of how people use their smartphones.
Following the less-than-ideal launch in 2019 of the original Galaxy Fold, new rumors have emerged suggesting a more affordable successor to the Galaxy Fold could be coming soon, along with additional foldable models.
Samsung released its financial results for the first quarter on Wednesday, April 29th.
Despite the market uncertainty surrounding demand for smartphones, Samsung says that it will launch new Note and foldable phone models in the second half of 2020.