After months of leaks and rumours regarding the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, we now finally have a first real look at the much talked and awaited flip phone from the Korean giant.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip First Hands-On Video Confirms Rumoured Design
As you can see in the video below, shared by the popular leakster, Ben Geskin, Samsungâ€™s first RAZR-like foldable phone appears in all its beauty.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip – First Hands On Video pic.twitter.com/4b8Uzt5kRB
â€” Ben Geskin (@BenGeskin) February 2, 2020
This specific handset is also in the purple color variant; which weâ€™ve previously seen in a fewÂ leaked renders.
Infact, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip does looks exactly like in the renders surfaced online in the past weeks. Which means it sports a clamshell design just like Motorolaâ€™s foldable, but with some small improvements.
For example, there’s a very large display without a thick bottom bezel, unlike what is on the Motorola RAZR. Same goes for the top notch, massive on Motorolaâ€™s phone, while we only have a small punch-hole camera on Samsungâ€™s alternative. Additionally, the Galaxy Z features some rather slim bezels all things considered.
In the video, we also have a look at the smartphone in its folded state. We can clearly see the two rear cameras along with a small display which only shows the time, date and battery status.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Specs
So, the design is pretty on point with previous rumors, for better or for worse. Meanwhile as far as specs are concerned, the handset should pack a large 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED display with 22:9 aspect ratio, Full HD+ (2636 x 1080) resolution and coated in â€˜Ultra Thin Glassâ€™.
Samsungâ€™s Galaxy Z Flip will then be powered by an older generation Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+; along with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of UFS 3.0 internal storage. Finally, the foldable will pack two 12MP rear cameras of which one with an ultra wide angle lens and a 3300mAh capacity battery.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is expected to be made official at the company’s Unpacked 2020 event set for February 11; and it should cost around $1500.