Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Design Revealed In Full In New Video

Karamchand Rameshwar - Jan 14, 2020


Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Design Revealed In Full In New Video

The Galaxy Z Flip is tipped to come with a foldable glass, Snapdragon 855 SoC, two batteries, and a punch-hole display.

It is expected that 2020 will be a year of many innovations in smartphone design, notably clamshell foldable phones such as Samsung’s upcoming foldable smartphone and Motorola Razr.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Galaxy Bloom 1

After Motorola announced the Motorola Razr, Samsung is also believed to be launching a new foldable smartphone with a similar design. Originally, it was called Galaxy Fold 2, but it was leaked recently to come with a different name, Galaxy Z Flip (or Galaxy Bloom).

Thanks to the rumors and recent live photos, LetsGoDigital has made a set of renders, helping us get a good look at the upcoming Galaxy Z Flip.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Galaxy Bloom 2

Everything about the design of the Galaxy Z Flip is shown in this video. It has the same hinge mechanism as the Galaxy Fold. On the right side, there's a power button at the bottom half, while there is a volume rocker is on the top half of the right edge. At the back of the device, it gets a dual-camera setup at the upper left corner and next to the camera cluster is a small display that can display notifications, battery percentage, date, time, and more.

On the inside, it also features a punch-hole display, which has been very common for recent Samsung smartphones. The selfie camera housed on the cut-out is tipped to have 10MP resolution. Aside from that, the Galaxy Z Flip is also said to get the powerful Snapdragon 855 SoC, two batteries, one of which carries 900mAh capacity and supports rapid charging technology.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Galaxy Bloom 3

The Galaxy Z Flip may be the first smartphone with a foldable glass, as some previous foldable smartphones used plastic materials for their displays. When opened, the Galaxy Z Flip’s display has a size of up to 6.7 inches.

Although the overall design of the Galaxy Z Flip is almost clear, there are still many questions we do not have an answer about this upcoming foldable smartphone such as camera configuration and detail hardware specifications.

The Galaxy Z Flip is believed to be released on February 11 along with the Galaxy S20 series. Can you guess the price of the Galaxy Z Flip?

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