With just five days to go until Samsung’s first big new launch of the year, the latest rendering of the Galaxy Z Flip foldable smartphone has come to light, showing some of the secrets of the collapsible smartphone from every angle. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is now rendered more clearly and now clearly shows the fingerprint sensor. The inside of the hinge will have special fibers to prevent dust from entering, and the hinge will even have a double stopper for hands-free (Duo) video calls at 90 and 180 degrees.
Ishan Agarwal, a teenage leaker, posted more pictures on Twitter, showing the phone from every angle. Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip has promised to fix many of Samsung’s first collapsible phones. It will be more compact than its predecessor and will use glass instead of plastic to protect the display. And the Galaxy Z Flip should be more affordable than TheFold without sacrificing performance. Motorola’s Razr foldable smartphone is also cheaper than the Fold, but only with mid-range hardware.
Ishan Agarwal offers new details about Z Flip, suggesting that Samsung has learned a lot from Fold. It is assumed that the hinges of the Z Flip will contain a special fiber that prevents dust and debris from entering the phone. This is a problem for the original Fold design, as fragmentation is clearly the cause of some of the Damage to the Fold screen. Even the redesigned Fold version, which went on sale in September, allows particles to enter the inside of the hinges.
According to Ishan Agarwal, users can be notified on the Galaxy Z Flip display and can check calls, times and batteries. The Galaxy Z Flip will have professional video mode and possibly other body colors, including mirror gold, weighing 183 grams.