"The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 (stylized as Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2) is an Android-based foldable smartphone developed by Samsung Electronics for its Samsung Galaxy Z series, succeeding the Samsung Galaxy Fold. It was announced on 5 August 2020 alongside the Samsung Galaxy Note 20, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7, the Galaxy Buds Live, and the Galaxy Watch 3. Samsung later revealed pricing and availability details on 1 September.Unlike the original Fold which had an entirely plastic screen, the screen is protected by 30 μm (0.0012 in)-thick ""ultra-thin glass"" with a plastic layer like the Z Flip, manufactured by Samsung with materials from Schott AG; conventional Gorilla Glass is used for the back panels with an aluminum frame. The hinge mechanism is also borrowed from the Z Flip, using nylon fibers designed to keep dust out; it is self-supporting from 75 to 115 degrees. The power button is embedded in the frame and doubles as the fingerprint sensor, with the volume rocker located above. The device comes in two colors, Mystic Bronze and Mystic Black, as well as a Limited Edition Thom Browne model. In select regions, users are able to customize the hinge color when ordering the phone from Samsung's website."
"OS: Android 10, upgradable to Android 11, One UI 3.1.1rnNetwork Technology: 5GrnMemory: 256GBrnBody Dimensions: Unfolded: 159.2 x 128.2 x 6.9 mm; Folded: 159.2 x 68 x 13.8-16.8 mmrnBody Weight: 282 g (9.95 oz)rnDisplay Type: Foldable Dynamic AMOLED 2X, 120Hz, HDR10+rnDisplay Size: 7.6 inchesrnDisplay Resolution: 1768 x 2208 pixelsrnBattery Type: Li-Po 4500 mAh, non-removablern"