Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Design Features Leaked!
Samsung will be hosting the Unpacked on February 11 in San Francisco. However, the company is expected to introduce its new foldable smartphone, which is said to be called the Galaxy Fold 2.
Recently, the upcoming foldable smartphone has been reported to be called Galaxy Bloom. However, now it is said that Galaxy Bloom is just a codename and the real name of the smartphone is the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip.
As the leaks show, the Galaxy Z Flip will come with a UTG display or Ultra Slim Glass display that gives you the ability to bend without cracking. This makes the phone more robust and durable and increases the cost of the product for the company.
The smartphone is expected to have a flexible 6.7-inch display, significantly larger than the Motorola RAZR with a 6.2-inch display and a similar flap design. The phone is expected to be available with an Infinity-O display with a perforated screen or a 10 megapixel front camera sensor.
The report adds that the company uses a new hinge called Hideaway Hinge, which is almost invisible when you use the phone and turn it on. It is not yet clear what the company is using for its closing mechanism.
Once folded, the device has a small notification screen that is significantly smaller than the Galaxy Fold, possibly dedicated to displaying the time, date, battery indicator and incoming notifications.
Next to the notification screen is a dual camera module with flash. According to reports, the primary camera sensor will be 108 megapixels and will come with 5x optical zoom support. Some reports also point to two 12-megapixel camera sensors.
As for other features, the device is expected to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. The device will run the Android 10 operating system with the company’s own One UI 2 on top. It will run on two batteries: 900mAh with fast charging support and about 2,100mAh or 2,300mAh.