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Joanna Estrada
April 30, 2020

Leakster OnLeaks shared a photo on Twitter suggesting Samsung may be working on a mid-range smartphone with a pop-up selfie camera. The leak also reveals that the smartphone might offer dual-optical image stabilisation.

"Ross Young, founder and CEO of Screen Supply Chain Consultants, released a ton of what he describes as Galaxy Fold 2 escapes on Twitter Monday, such as that the phone's most important camera could arrive at a triple-lens configuration" using 12MP/16MP/64MP lenses using double optical image stabilization vs. previous year in 12/12/16MPs".

Do note that he did not share the exact sensor or lens information, though. Mr.

The last A-Series smartphone PCMag reviewed was the Galaxy A50 back in January, which only cost $349.

If that ends up being the case, it will fly under $1,900. It is the company's most expensive phone having a price tag of $1,980 (Rs 1,54,990 in India). He mentioned it earlier this month, and now said it once again. He has leaked Galaxy Fold 2 specs previously, and is held in high regard by other big leakers, so there is little reason to doubt his claims. Although the report does not highlight the name of the smartphone, it is rumored that the Samsung phone is rumored to be part of the & # 39; Galaxy A & # 39; series line. of the company. As we've heard in previous rumors, we should expect a reveal in the second half of August, which will then fbe ollowed by the start of shipments in September.

There you go, the Galaxy Fold 2 camera and pricing information. It's expected to use a 6.5-inch display, and importantly, that display will be edge-to-edge without a notch or hole punch camera causing any obstruction. It will be an LPTS panel, with 60Hz refresh rate, and a display hole.

So... #Samsung is now working on it's first pop-up selfie camera phone. For those unaware, the Galaxy Fold was launched in only one storage variant- the 512GB.

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 2 is overdue and we might also see the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 at some point this year, and there's evidence that at least one of them could be announced very soon. That device is much smaller than the Galaxy Fold, it's essentially a smartphone that folds, not a tablet that folds.

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