A new leak surrounding the Galaxy Fold 2 has revealed quite a bit about its display specifications. As per the leak, the Galaxy Fold 2 will feature a 7.59-inch display when unfolded with a resolution of 2213x1689 and 372ppi. This will also be a high refresh rate panel with a 120Hz refresh rate.
As for the front display, it will seemingly measure 6.23-inch with a resolution of 2267x819. Unlike the main display, this will only have a 60Hz refresh rate.
Contrary to previous rumors, Samsung will not be using an under-display selfie camera on the Galaxy Fold 2 since it is not ready. Instead, the company is now planning on using a punch-hole layout. Interestingly, this time around, Samsung also intends to add S-Pen support to the Galaxy Fold 2 to enhance its tablet experience.
Similar to the Galaxy Z Flip, Samsung is planning to use an ultra-thin glass on the Galaxy Fold 2's primary display with a protective plastic cover on top to help protect it from impact. As was discovered with the Galaxy Z Flip though, this ultra-thin glass is basically plastic with only some properties of glass and it does not really offer much in terms of scratch-resistance.
Samsung is likely to announce the Galaxy Fold 2 alongside the Galaxy Note20 series in July. The company could ship the Fold 2 with lower base internal storage so that it has a lower starting price tag.