Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G
Samsung’s smartphone designers and engineers truly outdid themselves with the Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G, which may not be perfect but somehow manages to look light years ahead of its predecessor despite being commercially released just 12 months or so after the original Galaxy Fold.
Time to say goodbye to screen cutouts and holes
Just like screen-embedded fingerprint scanners, though, Samsung’s UDC (under-display camera) technology poses a number of challenges, which the world’s largest handset vendor is still working on resolving. The greatest concern relates to the photography performance, which could be negatively impacted by the presence of a screen between the lens and its subject.
Not the first of its kind
That means the Z Fold 3 could bring a solid number of important design, productivity, and durability improvements to the table compared to its predecessor, which doesn’t make us very optimistic about the retail price. While it’s naturally far too early to make any specific predictions, it sure sounds like this thing might end up costing well over $2,000 with all these “innovative technologies” on deck.