Samsung is gearing up to launch a successor to the Galaxy Fold in the second quarter of 2020, and it looks like it will come with an S Pen. Max Weinbach revealed the information with another leak. He has been in the know lately and has leaked a lot of details about the Galaxy S20 series, and now the Galaxy Fold. The specs of the phone come from other reports, but the Second-Gen Galaxy Fold is likely to feature an 8-inch display, a 108-megapixel camera, and a Snapdragon 865. It will also come with 5G support.
Pairing the large screen and excellent specifications of this device with an S Pen feels like a great idea. The S Pen is great for large-display devices like the Galaxy Fold and other tablets because it opens up new avenues for the user to interact with the device. While it can be labelled off as a stylus, the S Pen is much more than that. It can help users take notes, draw, and can also work as a remote.
The Galaxy Fold was much more expensive than most smartphones on the market since the tech inside was all new. Phones didn’t use hinges or come with a second/folding display. You can expect the second-gen Galaxy Fold to be more expensive. The high-end chipset, 5G support, and the unique design of the phone will add to the price. We may see it teased at the Unpacked event in February.