The first details have started to surface for the successor to the Samsung Galaxy Fold and, from the sounds of things, it should be a winner. At least in terms of displays and screen quality.

According to Ross Young, founder/CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC) and founder of DisplaySearch, the presumed Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 will have a 7.59-inch main display with a 2,213 x 1,689 pixel resolution. Additionally, the main display will have a 120Hz refresh rate with what shakes out to be 372 pixels per inch.

That internal display also see a number of upgrades, starting with an an ultra-thin glass and 60Hz refresh rate. Moreover, it will be larger at 6.23-inches with a resolution of 2,267 x 819 pixels. That’s a pretty big size increase over the first model.

Samsung is reportedly employing a hole-punch cutout for the camera as opposed to the “notch” used on the first generation.

Rounding things out, the Galaxy Fold 2 is said to include Samsung’s S Pen and bridge the gap between the Galaxy Note and Tab series.

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