The Galaxy Fold was the pioneer for Samsung's first efforts in making foldable phones, and now thanks to a massive leak, we're getting a detailed look at Samsung's second foldable handset-the Galaxy Z Flip-weeks before its expected official debut. Ben Geskin, who previously leaked stills of the upcoming foldable, published the hands-on video on Sunday.
As images have shown previously, the video appears to confirm that this device is a folding clamshell smartphone, with one primary touchscreen which folds shut. The outer display shows the time, date and battery percentage. When the phone is folded, it fits into the palm of the hand, making it extremely handy and pocketable compared to usual smartphones. It'll feature an 8-inch ultra-thin glass (UTG) display and a 108MP camera. As you might remember, previous leaks also stated that the Galaxy Z Flip comes with a 6.7-inch Full HD+ Super AMOLED panel as its main display.
The last week has seen a deluge of leaks about Samsung's next foldable phone.
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The Samsung Galaxy Z should be one of the big reveals at the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event, taking place on 11 February. And that's although the Z Flip is dramatically less costly than the Galaxy Fold (it is anticipated to set you back $ 1,400, below the hair-raising price of $ 2,020 for the Fold).
The Z Flip has a 12MP+12MP dual-camera setup on the outside and a 10MP autofocus selfie camera on the inside.