What about the Fold 2 and Z Flip 2? Are they coming?

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I’m definitely buying these two phones when and if they come out!! I know the note 20 will launch on August 5th but what about these two?
 

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What about the fold 2 and Z Flip 2?

Neither one? Why not ? Second generation should be much more impressive but the only thing that would delay me in buying any 5g phone even the iphone 12 is if the 5g expansion here doesn’t improve here by November or so.
 

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I might be interested in the Fold 2 especially if the display material is improved even from Z flip. Might actually consider it this time. I think the hope is that Fold 2 will be unvieled along with Note 20. Let's see.
 

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Re: What about the fold 2 and Z Flip 2?

Neither one? Why not ? Second generation should be much more impressive but the only thing that would delay me in buying any 5g phone even the iphone 12 is if the 5g expansion here doesn’t improve here by November or so.
I just don't need a folding device for my lifestyle and it's durability will certainly be lacking.
 

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I might be interested in the Fold 2 especially if the display material is improved even from Z flip. Might actually consider it this time. I think the hope is that Fold 2 will be unvieled along with Note 20. Let's see.

My Fold is holding up really well, and I love it!
 

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Can someone please interpret this for me? Does it support mmwave and midband?

“5G model: 5G Non-Standalone(NSA), 5G Standalone(SA), Sub6, Dynamic Spectrum Sharing(DSS)”
 
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Looks like a no go for me? No high band support on any carrier? What else can there be?

“In addition to the obvious connectivity upgrade, which allows you to take advantage of AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint's low and mid-band 5G technology but not Verizon's insanely fast mmWave-based Ultra Wideband network, Samsung's sophomore modern flippy effort also has a hot new Snapdragon 865 Plus SoC going for it. “

@Z Flip 5g