Ahead of its February 14 launch, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip has now appeared in a short video. The device can be seen first in the fully folded form, half-open and fully opened. The fully open shot in the video reveals the flat 6.7-inch rectangular display screen with an aspect ratio of 22:9. The video appears to be a demo to show how the phone can be operated by one hand since the entire video has the person holding the device opening and closing the clamshell type smartphone.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip – First Hands On Video pic.twitter.com/4b8Uzt5kRB
— Ben Geskin (@BenGeskin) February 2, 2020
Most Specifications of the Device Stand Confirmed
Putting together most rumors and predictions, it can now be confirmed with some authority that the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip will have a small 1.06-inch Focus Display, which does not do much more than providing basic info on incoming messages, etc. Adjacent to this display is a dual-camera setup for snapping photos from the rear of the phone when it is fully open. The rear panel has a reflective and mirror-like surface. You can use your thumb to flip open the device.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, as mentioned above, has a tall design with a 6.7-inch AMOLED display that offers a Full HD+ screen resolution of 2,636×1,080 pixels. The punch hole on top is in conformity with the Infinity -O type display from Samsung.
As per present expectations, the second foldable smartphone from Samsung will be fitted with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ SoC with 8GB RAM support and 256GB internal storage. Android 10 OS with One UI 2.0 interface will operate the phone.
The new revelations claim the cameras in the rear will be 13MP and 12MP, the second being a wide-angle lens. The front camera is likely to be 10MP.
The battery on this foldable device will be 3,300mAh.This is a combination of two pieces, 900mAh and 2,400mAh though some claim it could be 975mAh+2325mAh. There will be wireless and reverse wireless charging support as per the rumors. The wired charging is predicted to be 15W.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip will likely set us eurolanders back a smooth 1599 Euros. At least if retailers are to be believed.
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) February 2, 2020
Price in Europe to be €1,599?
Meanwhile, there is a new tweet from Roland Quandt that claims the price of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip for the European market to be €1,599. This will convert to $1,772 roughly. The indications so far have been that the price of the foldable device in the US market will be $1,400 (unlocked). The price in Europe will then be higher if this rumor is true.