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Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 Display Specifications Confirmed: Check Details



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Samsung is prepared to launch the Galaxy Fold 2 device in a few month’s time. The company is probably going to unveil the product in August alongside the Galaxy Note 20. And we’ve encounter more details about the display features of the Galaxy Fold 2.

They have already begun with phones that support the high refresh rate. This makes us believe the corporate is prepared to test the waters with its Fold device also.

As per a couple of leaks and rumors, the Galaxy Fold successor is predicted to feature an identical form factor, but with a slightly larger screen. The new foldable will make some big improvements in the camera department also. The Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 will feature a triple camera rear module.

The next Fold device could sport a 7.7-inch display with a 120Hz refresh rate. This will be offered on the internal display, which makes it a huge improvement over the primary Fold device.

Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 Specifications (Expected)

Release date and price

The Galaxy Fold was originally unveiled at Mobile World Congress it has been suggested it will launch together with the Note 20 series on 5 August 2020 at an online event, with availability from September.

As for the pricing, guide pricing has been suggested as $1780-1980, looking to make it a bit cheaper than the first Fold. There has also been talks about a Fold ‘e’ and Fold Special Edition, priced around $1100, which might present an entry-level offering instead of the premium we’re expecting from the Fold 2.


We’re expecting Samsung to stay in the book-style vertical fold just like the original Galaxy Fold. Leaks ahead of time speculated on the inclusion of the S Pen, although it thought that this is not about to happen because the display surface can’t withstand the pressure of the stylus, as it can in the Galaxy Note devices.

Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 Display Specifications Confirmed: Check Details

Rumors from Max Weinbach suggest that there will be stainless steel and ceramic version, we’re assuming that there will be regular aluminum and glass versions too, just to keep the price under roof. It’s said to come in blue, silver, gold, pink and black colors, although we have seen the latest leaks saying that it will be offered in black or brown colors. We suspect it will be copper or bronze instead of “dirty” brown.

With the suggestion that the awkward notch of the first Galaxy Fold could be replaced with an in-display camera, the design might be cleaner than the current version, although we suspect it will use punch-hole cameras instead.

In late May 2020, a patent was filed showing Samsung’s intent to waterproof a future folding phone. So we also expect the Fold 2 to come with an IP rating and be waterproof.

Display and hardware

Early reports suggest that the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 might accompany an 8-inch display; since then we have seen mention of a 7.7-inch display, both of which are bigger than the first 7.2-inch. The 7.7-inch size has been mentioned several times, together with the Infinity-V name. With a 120Hz refresh rate on the Galaxy S20 series, It seems like the Fold 2 will have 120Hz too.

When Samsung launched the Galaxy Z Flip, one of the interesting points was that Samsung has used what it’s calling Ultra-Thin Glass to protect the display. This is still flexible but should be more resistant to damage than plastic, although it appears that it’s still covered with a plastic layer on the top. It is also been said that Samsung has ordered supplies for the UTG, but it’s still developing the technology for future products.

The external display was one of the negative aspects of the first Fold. The suggestion of a 6.23-inch display that fills the exterior is going to be welcomed, adding to the usability of this phone when it’s closed. It’s said the exterior display is going to be 60Hz.

But, there’s now a suggestion that the Fold 2 might feature an elongated notification display instead. This long strip will be used to show notifications, in order that the phone can be partially or fully unfolded to reveal content on the main display. On the flip side of this, there’s also the suggestion that this notification display is, in fact, a feature activated by a wrap-around cover instead.

Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 Display Specifications Confirmed: Check Details

Talk of an entry-level Fold ‘e’ model has hinted at a model with no external display to scale back the price and it might be that a cheaper Fold model has the elongated display.

On the hardware front, there are a few leaks. We’d expect Samsung to use flagship-grade hardware, perhaps Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, and keep this as a 5G phone. It’s thought that the Fold 2 will start at 256GB storage with 512GB as an option.


The original Galaxy Fold had plenty of cameras, but it’s clear that Samsung must reduce the front camera notch in the display. There’s been the suggestion that Samsung could use an under-display camera on the Fold 2, or failing that, a punch-hole camera just like the S20 family, which we expect is more likely.

A reliable leaker has suggested that the Fold 2 will have a similar rear camera setup as the Galaxy S20+. That might see a 12-megapixel main camera, 64-megapixel 30x zoom camera, and 12-megapixel ultra-wide camera, together with a DepthVision sensor. We’ve subsequently seen a tweak to these figures, suggesting a 16-megapixel ultra-wide camera instead.


HTC Wildfire E Lite Smartphone Design Leaks Online: Check Details



HTC Wildfire E Lite

HTC is ready to revive its Wildfire smartphone series in the coming weeks. The corporate has already launched a variety of devices from the lineup in the market. Some of these devices include the Wildfire X and the Wildfire R70. Beyond these, the corporate also launched its Wildfire E2 in the market in August. A recent report outlined that the company will expand the lineup with rumored Wildfire E Lite.

Much like its sibling in the rest of the Wildfire Series lineup, the Wildfire E Lite will be an entry-level device. As previously noted, we first spotted the device on the Google Play Console. Now, the design of the smartphone has surfaced on the internet. Popular smartphone leaker Evan Blass shared the render of the device on his Twitter account. Looking at the design, it comes with a significant bezel on the top and bottom rather than a bezel.

HTC Wildfire E spotted online

The screen size of the HTC Wildfire E Lite remains unknown, but the Google Play Console listing reveals that it’s an HD+ resolution (720×1440 pixels). It comes with an 18:9 aspect ratio and 320ppi density. The render suggests that the new smartphone will offer a horizontally mounted dual-camera setup accompanied by an LED flash the corporate logo.

It looks just like the company has used plastic to craft the rear of the smartphone which is in line with most entry-level smartphones. But whilst a budget device, HTC has equipped the back of the Wildfire E Lite with a fingerprint sensor. The device also comes with volume and power buttons on the right side of the device. But, the corporate has not revealed the specifications of the smartphone.

As per earlier reports, the HTC Wildfire E Lite smartphone will likely feature the MT671D quad-core processor with 2GB RAM. It will also likely run on Android 10 OS out-of-the-box. From its name, the HTC Wildfire E Lite is probably going to be the cheaper version of the HTC Wildfire E smartphone.

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OnePlus 8T Renders Show Samsung-Inspired Design, to bring Flat-Display and 65W Charging



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It’s September and in the midst of a dozen smartphone launches, OnePlus is predicted to come up with the 8T. Just like last year, the OnePlus 8T will bring a number of massive upgrades over the OnePlus 8. While leaks have thus far hinted at some specifications and the front design, we now have a group of 3D renders supported leaked schematics. The OnePlus 8T will bring an enormous change in its design and features.

The latest bunch of renders from Pricebaba and OnLeaks suggest OnePlus taking a unique design approach for the 8T. The phone resembles plenty of the newest Samsung S and A series phones – at least from the back. There’s a huge rectangular camera hump sitting at the back, holding a quad-camera setup. The edges of the rear are curved almost like the OnePlus 8. The frame itself confirms a USB-C port and the usual set of buttons.

As you move to the front, changes to the design continue. The OnePlus 8T may drop the curved edge display and acquire back to a flat-edge display. The renders show extremely thin bezels around the display. A small punch-hole cutout for the front camera sits to the left corner. This display is claimed to bring a refresh rate of 120Hz with a resolution of Full HD+ and measure 6.5-inches.

New Upgrades

The OnLeaks list also reveals some of the specifications for the OnePlus 8T. OnePlus is claimed to continue using the Snapdragon 865 chip. This is weird as long as OnePlus usually uses the fastest Qualcomm chip available at any given time. Maybe this isn’t right as other leaks have stuck to OnePlus using the Snapdragon 865 Plus chipset.

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Nonetheless, there’ll be two variants at launch. The base version will have 8GB RAM and 128GB storage. The top-end variant will get 12GB RAM and 256GB storage. OnePlus will upgrade the battery to a 4500mAh unit. Most importantly, It will upgrade the fast charging to the 65W technology from Oppo. hence, you’ll expect the battery to completely recharge from nothing in less than half-hour.

The rear cameras will also get a spec upgrade. The main camera will use a 48-megapixel sensor, presumably the same sensor from the OnePlus 8 Pro. This may be accompanied by a 16-megapixel ultra-wide camera. A new 5-megapixel macro camera joins the list alongside a 2-megapixel depth camera.

OnePlus 8T Launch Date and Price

As of now, OnePlus is yet to announce any event. Leaks have confirmed the OnePlus 8T getting a BIS certification. Hence, the phone could find yourself launching by the end of September or early October. Given the upgrades on the newer model, OnePlus could ask a higher price than the OnePlus 8, especially more so as there’s no 8T Pro happening this year.

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Samsung Galaxy M41 Spotted Online with Massive 6,800mAh Battery



Samsung Galaxy M41 spotted online with massive 6,800mAh battery

A few weeks ago, we heard reports that Samsung will ditch the Galaxy M41 entirely out of its M-series in favor of the upcoming Galaxy M51. However, this information might not be valid anymore. This is because the latest certification has surfaced online and it points on to the Samsung Galaxy M41.

As per a report by GSMarena, the Samsung Galaxy M41 3C certification had been cleared last week on June 28. If we pass the certification, which may be a very reliable indicator that the phone remains alive, we also spot some specifications of the upcoming M-series phone. This includes a huge 6,800mAh battery powering the phone. That’s 800mAh larger than even Samsung’s recent M series phones.

The 6,800mAh battery is really like the batteries employed in larger tablets. Considering this is an M-series device, the Samsung Galaxy M41 might be priced at around Rs 15,000 to Rs 20,000 in India. Hence, it’ll remain as of now, the only phone with such an outsized battery within the segment. There is also an image of the massive battery on the safety Korea website.

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The information points to the very fact that Samsung may have found how to resolve its OLED panel supply issue. We heard Samsung was about to implement an OLED panel that was made by a third-party company on the M41. This might have contrasted other Samsung phones that use OLED panels made by the corporate itself. This third party was believed to be TCL’s China Star Optoelectronics Technology. However, in later development, Samsung had apparently canceled the plan and ditched the Galaxy M41 altogether.

In other news, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra just leaked on Online. The accidental leak showcases what appears to the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in its full glory. This includes the new copper color, the rear camera setup, and a few elements regarding the design

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