Korean electronics major – Samsung is an absolutely massive player in the smartphone space, and that lead it extended earlier this year when it announced the Galaxy Fold with a foldable display. While the Galaxy Fold encountered some glitches, the device finally made it to the mass market, though with limited availability.
Now, reports about the Galaxy Fold 2 are beginning to pop up, with some reports suggesting it could launch as early as April 2020, perhaps, after the Galaxy S11 launch. While renders and specs sheet has yet to make it online, we now have our first official confirmation that points to the existence of the Galaxy Fold 2 thanks to two battery certifications from SafetyKorea.
Much like the original Galaxy Fold, the Galaxy Fold 2 as per a new certification by Korean authorities will feature two batteries of different sizes that combine to give a single output. The listing says one of the batteries will come in at 900 mAh and sport the EB-BF701ABY model number while the second one of unknow capacity bears the EB-BF700ABY model number.
With its huge display, the Galaxy Fold boasts of a combined battery cell of 4,380mAh, so the Galaxy Fold 2 should offer something close or better, although it remains to be seen just how big the second cell in the Fold 2 will be.