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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Hands On video leaks

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is the next foldable phone from the company that is set to launch at the Unpacked event on February 11th. Thanks to the official press renders & the hands-on images, we already know how the phone looks like. Moreover, the major specifications have leaked as well. Today, however, the first hands-on video of the Galaxy Z Flip leaked as Ben Geskin shared it on Twitter.

The Hands-On video reveals the Purple color option of the device & we can see that there is a long foldable display on the inside that folds vertically. Also, there is a small secondary display on the outside that can be used to see notifications, date & time, battery percentage, etc. There is a dual-camera setup on the back & on the front, the phone has a single camera placed in a punch-hole.

Unlike the Galaxy Z Fold, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip folds vertically, which means it is more compact. The design is similar to the last year’s Motorola Razr that was appreciated by everyone.

As we already know, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip features a Full-HD+ 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED display on the inside & a 1.06-inch secondary Super AMOLED display on the outside. There is Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ SOC, 8GB RAM, 256GB UFS 3.0 storage, a 3,300mAH battery, 15W Wired Charging & up to 9W Wireless Charging.

On the rear, there are dual 12MP cameras that include a primary one with dual aperture & a secondary ultra-wide-angle unit. There is a 10MP selfie camera as well.

The Galaxy Z Flip is expected to be priced around €1400, but the price may change before the launch.

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