Following last week's blurry Galaxy Z Fold 2 image leak, the upcoming foldable has shown its face in another not-totally-clear photo.
This new Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 photo that was posted to Twitter confirms a couple of details about the new device. First up is the name "Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G", which appears on the splash screen as the phone is booting up.
This device's predecessor was simply known as "Galaxy Fold", but since then Samsung also released the Galaxy Z Flip. The name "Galaxy Z Fold 2" seems to confirm that Samsung is adopting "Z" as the identifier for its foldable devices, just like "S" is the identifier for Samsung's traditional flagship lineup.
The other detail confirmed by this image is that the Galaxy Z Fold 2 will have a hole-punch selfie camera centered at the top of the right side of the display. The original Galaxy Fold had a two selfie cameras in a notch in the upper right corner of its main display, but the Galaxy Z Fold 2 looks like it'll adopt the hole-punch and give you back some more screen real estate.
Unfortunately, the photo only shows the splash screen for the Galaxy Z Fold 2 and it's a little blown out by that logo, so we can't see much of the phone's main display. Rumors say that that main screen will be a 7.7-inch display with 120Hz refresh rate, up from the Galaxy Fold's 7.3-inch 60Hz main display. The outer display of the Z Fold 2 will reportedly be larger, too, coming in at 6.23 inches while the Galaxy Fold's outer screen is just 4.6 inches.
Samsung is hosting an event on August 5 and it's expected that the Galaxy Z Fold 2 will make its official debut there alongside the Note 20, Tab S7, Galaxy Watch 3, and Galaxy Buds Live.
Based on what we've seen of it so far, are you interested in the Galaxy Z Fold 2?