Samsung’s upcoming flip-top folding smartphone has recently been leaked, with the latest revelation that its name is the “Galaxy Z Flip” and that the main camera will be 12 megapixels, instead of the 100 million pixels previously reported by Bloomberg. Perhaps because folding phones are still a relatively novel form, Samsung’s unreleased product has been continuously blown out, with some specifications, features and designs already in the way.
Publicity poster exposure
The first is a promotional poster depicting a double hinged design that allows it to unfold in a Z-shaped form. However, this is unlikely to be based on the shape of the fuselage, more of a promotional image. More people believe that the real machine will be in a flip-top design (more like the previous moto RAZR) and will be launched on February 11 at the same time as the S20 series.
In addition, there have been rumors that both the Galaxy Z Flip and the S20 Ultra will have ultra-high-pixel shots, and Twitter’s whistleblowers @ishanagarwal said that this was wrong. The Galaxy Z Flip features a 6.7-inch Dynamics AMOLED screen with a 12-megapixel main camera instead of 108MP. 10 megapixel front camera and 256GB storage, 3300mah or 3500mAH battery, housing with black and purple.
Someone has made a rendering based on rumors, probably like this:
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip for up and down fold form
Other South Korean media have previously said the Galaxy Z Flip will be available in blue, red and pink. Unsurprisingly, the phone will be released on February 11 with the Samsung Galaxy S20 series, and although Samsung’s first-generation folding machine has overturned for a variety of reasons, and the form has not been perfect so far, but people seem to be very tolerant of it, as can be seen from the sale. “I think we’ve sold 400,000 to 500,000 Galaxy Fold smartphones,” DJ Koh, samsung’s co-chief executive, told Yonhap. “