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The shape of the future is here, introducing the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2

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The launch of Samsung’s Galaxy Fold in 2020 represented one of the most important leaps forward in mobile technology since the first smartphones arrived a decade ago. Using cutting-edge hinge technology, this smartphone could fold like a book and stand on its own: it broke the rules of what you though a smartphone could do.

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Now Samsung pioneers an entirely new category of mobile devices by introducing the next generation of foldables: the Galaxy Z Fold2. This cutting-edge smartphone is for the user who wants both the unique, innovative foldable form, and to enjoy the very latest in technological innovation. The Galaxy Z Fold2 combines the portability and flexibility of a smartphone with the power and screen size of a tablet for ultimate productivity.

Availabe in two sophisticated colours - Mystic Black and Mystic Bronze – the Galaxy Z Fold offers a luxury experience, whether you choose to use it folded or unfolded. Open the smartphone to reveal a 7,6 inch tablet-like display made with Samsung ultra-thin glass for smooth flexibility; close it to discover a cutting-edge smartphone with a 6,2 inch screen, delivering one-handed ease. Hidden behind the Samsung logo on the back, the state-of-the-art hinge is designed to smooth out every fold. The Galaxy Z Fold2 comes packed with two edge-to-edge, nearly bezel-less infinity-O displays. Both the 6,2 inch cover screen and 7,6 inch main screen are larger that those of the Galaxy Z Fold.

With Galaxy Z Fold2, Samsung continues break new ground in the entire foldable category.

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