Samsung Galaxy Z Flip passes FCC certification, latest spy photo revealed

Samsung will launch the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, a Razr-like folding smartphone, on February 11. Now it has emerged that Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip has just passed FCC certification to allow the phone to hit the market. Regulatory information indicates that the phone’s model is SMF700F.

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip (SM-F700F) is expected to feature a 6.7-inch internal screen and an ultra-thin glass protection screen (UTG) to keep the screen wrinkle-free, protected but still flexible. There is an Infinity-O punch camera (about 10 megapixels) inside, while the outside has two cameras that can record 8K video and have a small notification area next to the camera.

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip will be hinged on a “hidden” hinge that allows close to a flat close and may be secured together with a magnet or clasp. Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip is expected to use a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor and run an Android 10 operating system with OneUi 2.0, which could allow two apps to run simultaneously, with two batteries expected to be built in, each with a capacity of at least 1800 mAh and possibly even more.

The device will be unveiled at the Samsung Galaxy Unpack ed 2020 event in San Francisco, with prices likely to range from $1,000 to $1,500, with an undetermined launch date.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip passes FCC certification, latest spy photo revealed

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip passes FCC certification, latest spy photo revealed

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip passes FCC certification, latest spy photo revealed

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip passes FCC certification, latest spy photo revealed