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CES 2020 is well underway, but Samsung has held back most of its smartphone announcements for Mobile World Congress next month and their own press event. One rumor circulating is that they’ll reveal the next-generation Galaxy Fold, but instead of the odd form factor of the first one, this model will sport a clamshell design, or to be more specific, a 6.7-inch Foldable Dynamic AMOLED screen. Read more for a video and additional pictures based on the leaks.
The current Samsung Galaxy Fold has two batteries (2,135mAh and 2,245mAh) for a total capacity of 4,380mAh. This new smaller model should also have two batteries, but due to its size, the total capacity may be lower, with a 900mAh battery just for the small front display. As for the other specs, it could be powered by a Snapdragon 855 processor and boast a 10MP selfie camera.
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