So, while we want you to take the news with a grain of salt, this could actually be the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Fold 2. The images show that the screen does not develop any creases while folding. Chinese media has given us a first look at what seems to be the Galaxy Fold 2. We can't wait to see the full internal specs of the phone, which will tell us if its a mid-range Motorola Razr challenger or another high-priced phone with flagship-level specs.
While it certainly looks in line with what we're expecting from the new handset, it's worth noting that there are only two rear cameras along with the front hole punch camera located at the centre of the display. When folded, there's a dual-camera setup that will double-up as a primary camera when the phone is unfolded. It looks exactly the same as the clamshell foldable concept that was shown off at Samsung's SDC 2019 developer conference earlier this year.
Moving around the back there is an upper left rounded rectangle block featuring a trio of camera lenses and a flash.
Last month Motorola announced it would resurrect its nostalgic "Razr" smarthphone, but with a modern twist.
This leak also reveals a couple of new features on Samsung's next foldable. There also seems to be a mono speaker grille and a USB-C charging port at the bottom, which are not surprising. It also has a pretty sizeable bezel. Moving onto the Galaxy A21 which was spotted on Slashleaks.com, it will have a dewdrop notch display which houses the front-facing selfie camera, triple-rear camera, and a fingerprint sensor at the back. According to previous reports, this display measures in at 6.7 inches.