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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 leaks with perforation screen and the name

The Galaxy Z Fold 2 is a reality at the moment. With the Galaxy Unpacked 2020 taking place in about a week, all eyes are on Samsung and the devices they are going to launch on the market. In such a situation, people wonder what Samsung is about to reveal and the Galaxy Z Fold 2 will be their next big foldable flagship.

Galaxy Z Fold 2 shows its boot screen and perforation display in this unsightly leak

For now, the source only gave us one photo, but it shows something important. Compared to the full leaks we’re accustomed to right now, this leak is less than that as it only shows the front of the phone in a rather blurry image but the important details that matter are preserved so you know you will get the full deal. View the photo below and we will discuss the findings.

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The first thing to notice here is the name, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 is the official name of the device and of course it will also offer 5G support. The name is something we already knew from the previous leaks, but this just confirms it. The second thing is the perforation display. Now the hole punch is somewhat difficult to see in the photo, so you do need to dig a bit, but it’s there, and that confirms another design choice Samsung has made for the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 2.

Unfortunately, at the moment we only have a photo that has been given to us. However, considering how close the Fold 2 is to launch, we wouldn’t be surprised to see more good leaks coming out in the coming days and as always we will share them with you.

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