Samsung Galaxy Z Flip First Hands-On Video Appeared Online

Dhir Acharya - Feb 03, 2020

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip First Hands-On Video Appeared Online

Samsung has been working on the Galaxy Z Flip for a while now and rumors have been piling up. But this video shows the first peek at the actual device.

Samsung has been working on another foldable smartphone with a clamshell design, but it seems that we are getting the first peek at the upcoming handset, which many reports claimed to be called the Galaxy Z Flip.


In particular, famous renderer and mobile leaker Ben Geskin posted a short video on his Twitter account last Sunday. The video, lasting for 19 seconds, showed a device that looks like the Galaxy Z Flip as it was unfolded then folded. The clip also revealed a smaller AMOLED display that serves as the secondary screen when the phone is folded.


It’s likely that the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip will make history for being the first foldable smartphone to feature an ultra-thin glass display that bends in half. This design element can help solve almost all the problems we have with Samsung’s first foldable phone, the Galaxy Fold. Previously, the Fold received negative reviews about its fragile screen as well as a big crease running along the device’s length. The screen was reported breaking just a few days in use, Samsung then had to pull the phone and fix the problem.

The second foldable smartphone from Samsung may come in a smaller size than the Galaxy Fold and will directly compete with the Motorola Razr foldable phone. When you unfold the phone, it will reveal the primary 6.7-inch display, as opposed to the 7.3-inch display of the Galaxy Fold. Moreover, the Z Flip folds horizontally, unlike the Fold that bends in half like a book.

We expect Samsung to unveil the Galaxy Z Flip on February 11, at its Unpacked event.

>>> Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Official Renders Leaked; To Be Priced At Rs. 1,17,000


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