The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is the second flip-top folding smartphone after the Motorola Razr. But for now, the former is popular, as confirmed by a new report, as the South Korean tech giant sold 230,000 Galaxy Z Flips in March alone. Sales in the global smartphone market have fallen as a result of the new crown outbreak, and even Samsung itself has cut orders for its smartphone components by 50 per cent.
But despite this difficulty, the company sold 230,000 Galaxy Z Flipunits in March, up 56.1 per cent on a month-on-month increase from February.
On the other hand, sales of the Galaxy S20 series are down 35% year-on-year compared to the Galaxy S10 series. This clearly means that people are willing to experiment with more cutting-edge folding design phones.
This may be due to Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip, which has a unique size dual screen, a Samsung ultra-thin flexible glass UTG display that has a thinner screen and is more durable.
In terms of performance, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip features a SnapDragon 855 plus processor, built-in 8GB of memory, 256GB of body storage, built-in 3300mAh battery, dual cell design, taking up less space and having more power. Both wireless charging and reverse wireless charging are supported.