Samsung is set to announce not only the new Galaxy S20 range next week but also the next foldable device dubbed the “Galaxy Z Flip”. The phone leaked last week including the specs, camera system and display and today someone even went to post a video of the device online showing it unfolding in action.
Leaker Ben Geskin posted a short clip of the handset simply opening and closing revealing the device’s massive foldable display and satisfying “click” sound when closing it. If anything, it kind of looks on par with the Motorola Razr smartphone if not a bit wider than it too.
We can’t tell much from the video and whether or not it is using the new “ultra-thin” glass that Samsung is said to be incorporating into the device in order to make it more durable compared to last year’s Galaxy Fold. The phone does look a lot easier to hold and manage with one hand which is great and the smaller foldable size means it takes up less space and can be put into your pocket or handbag with ease.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip – First Hands On Video pic.twitter.com/4b8Uzt5kRB
— Ben Geskin (@BenGeskin) February 2, 2020
Expect the new Galaxy Z Flip to be showcased during February 11’s Galaxy Unpacked event. We will be attending the event and will bring you all the announcements and news as it happens. We are also hoping to get some hands-on time with the new devices including the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip.
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