Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 leak showcases a much larger outer screen

The first Galaxy Fold

Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked event is inching ever closer, and the company has a few devices to show off. In recent weeks, devices including the Galaxy Note20, Z Fold 2, Z Flip 5G, Galaxy Tab S7, Galaxy Watch 3, and Galaxy Buds Live have all been rumored for a reveal coming soon.

Now, an image posted by well-known leaker Ice Universe on Twitter has shown off the design of the Galaxy Z Fold2, which is apparently stylized as such. The image has been corroborated as real by another famed leaker, Ishan Agarwal, and despite being blurry, it confirms some of the design elements that have been rumored in the past.

Specifically, the device in the image has an outer screen that pushes very close to all the edges of the phone's surface area, making it potentially much bigger than the display on the original Galaxy Fold. The inner display also seems to have fairly minimal bezels, though the quality of the render makes it hard to spot things such as a notch. The image also shows off a camera module that looks similar to what's been seen on the Galaxy Note20.

Samsung began teasing a foldable device for the Galaxy Unpacked event earlier today, despite some rumors suggesting the Galaxy Fold successor wouldn't be at the event. In a blog post today, Samsung's TM Roh confirmed that the company will be unveiling five devices at the Galaxy Unpacked event, specifically mentioning that they will be in users' hands, ears, and on their wrists - suggesting the Galaxy Watch 3 and Buds Live will be at the event, too. That would, however, leave one of the many rumored devices out of the equation, and that's likely to be the Galaxy Tab S7 family, if last year's precedent is anything to go by.

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