- The phone is expected to be launched in August next year
- Like the Galaxy Fold, this phone will also have two batteries
According to media reports, Samsung is working on Galaxy Fold 2, the successor of foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Fold. As per a report by The Korea Herald, the smartphone might cost around one million won (approx Rs 60,633 or $845). The report also said that the phone will have a price of $1000 when it reaches the global market.
The report also said that the company is planning to unveil the Galaxy Fold 2 with a clamshell design in February next year with the Galaxy S11 series. As per the report, the phone is expected to be launched in August next year.
Certifications from SafetyKorea
The batteries of the Galaxy Fold 2 have got their certifications from SafetyKorea. Like the Galaxy Fold, this phone will also have two batteries. The first battery has a model number EB-BF701ABY and it will come with 900mAh output. The second battery has a EB-BF700ABY model number.