The Galaxy Unpacked event is just a day away. You will be privy to whatever you wanted to know about the latest devices being launched by the South Korean company. Those busy peddling rumors are however never going to stop revealing whatever information comes their way. The latest to hit the internet is a video of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip foldable device. Some rumors had suggested this model will not be combined with the Samsung Galaxy S series flagship to be unveiled at the event on February 11 and there will be a separate announcement made on February 14 instead. Now, it is said the Galaxy Unpacked event will unveil the foldable device as well.
Video Shows Booting of the Device from ‘Off’ Position
The short video runs for just 1 minute and 50 seconds. It starts with the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip in a full shutdown condition. It is then booted by holding the power button for a few seconds. The display screen then comes to life. This could be a locked phone with AT&T as you see their logo appearing as part of the booting process. The phone is kept in the fully open state, showing the 6.7-inch screen. The portion where the fold occurs is also visible. The ultra-thin glass definitely helps in keeping it hidden. Experts say that if you keep using the phone for some time, this may not be an issue.
There is only music playing in the background and no voice-over to explain anything. The person doing the demo then taps on the settings icon to get to the processor page that confirms it is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855SoC. Another source confirms the 6.67-inch (this is the exact size though it is referred to as 6.7-inch everywhere). The screen resolution is indicated as 1080×2636 pixels, which is rare and is attributed to the rectangular shape with the 21:9 aspect ratio. The pixel density is shown to be 426ppi.
The 8GB RAM support too is indicated on the screen in the video. This device has an internal storage of 256GB.
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