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Next generation Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 clamshell foldable smartphone leaks

We have seen several reports on the forthcoming clamshell foldable smartphone from Samsung, that is said to be the next generation Galaxy Fold 2. Numerous reports on the web suggested that the South Koreans will go with a clamshell design like the Motorola Razr with their all new foldable smartphone unlike the existing Galaxy Fold from Samsung. Thanks to the user from the Chinese social media platform, Weibo, we have a set of leaked pictures making it to our desk all the way from the South Korean multinational manufacturing giant.

The new pictures uploaded on the network claims to be of alleged and purported next generation Galaxy Fold smartphone featuring the clamshell design, where we still don't have a professed name to call this new make from Samsung. So when taking a detailed look at the handset here from these newly surfaced images, we can see that the phone is running Samsung's Android based One UI on the software side, featuring on-screen navigation buttons on the flexible panel.

The display looks to fold from the middle vertically and also attributes a single punch hole style front facing secondary camera, what Samsung calls, the Infinity-O display and comes with decent sized bezels on all four sides. When the device is folded we can see a small screen on the bottom along side the dual camera arrangement with LED flash, that supposedly displays the time and notifications. The volume and power buttons are positioned to the right side of the phone and the folding hinge looks much alike the one we already saw from the original Samsung Galaxy Fold.

The lighting and quality of the pictures are compromising, but we can still spot the presence of USB Type-C port on the bottom with speaker grills and microphone hole. We don't find any space to facilitate the headphone cords. The overall thickness of the handset also looks fair and the construction from the outside looks to be crafted out of glass. We will keep you posted as we get more details on the device itself.

Source: Weibo