Samsung Galaxy Folder 2 Might Arrive Soon: All That You Need to Know About the Clamshell Phone

    When Samsung launched the Galaxy Folder last year with Android OS, many were surprised with the decision of the vendor. And, truly, the smartphone did not achieve that much of success in terms of sales and every other aspect.

    Samsung Galaxy Folder 2 Might Arrive Soon:  All That You Need to Know

    Now, Samsung is planning to release an upgrade to the not so popular smartphone. Dubbed as the Galaxy Folder 2, the smartphone was recently leaked online in full glory along with the complete specifications.

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    Check out the sliders below to know more about the leaked specifications of the smartphone.

    Touch Screen Along With a Physical Keyboard

    The leaked image shows that the Folder 2 might come with its trademark physical keyboard and also the touch screen support.

    3.8-inch FWVGA Display

    The Galaxy Folder 2 is said to feature a 3.8-inch display with 480*800 pixel resolution, which isn't that appealing in this 2016 era.

    Snapdragon 425 SoC Along With 2GB RAM

    Samsung might integrate the quad-core Snapdragon 425 chipset along with support for 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. Samsung is packing decent set of hardware with the Folder 2.

    8MP Camera on the Rear

    The Galaxy Folder 2 will be featuring an 8MP camera sensor on the rear with support for LED flash. Also, there is a 5MP front-facing camera to cover up the selfie arena.

    Connectivity Options

    Rumors suggest that the smartphone will have support for the 4G LTE. Along with 4G, the other connectivity options include 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and microUSB.

    Android Marshmallow

    This is the main feature. The Galaxy Folder 2 might arrive with Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow out-of-the-box.

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