As phone makers continue to push new foldable form factors, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is turning out to be one of the most hyped devices for this year. Following the success and attention of the Galaxy Fold, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip has already been under the radar of the public as its launch date approaches.
I call this "the butt". #GalaxyZFlip #foldallthethings Moar here: https://t.co/dvsNHqxycM pic.twitter.com/JmYW0HiSnP— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) January 28, 2020
The latest set of leaks comes from WinFuture where official renders Samsung’s new foldable clamshell smartphone have surfaced.
As per the report, the screen unfolds to a 6.7-inch display with a rather tall 22:9 aspect ratio. Samsung is reportedly calling this the “Infinity Flex” display. It’s resolution is expected to be Full HD+ with HDR+ support. Meanwhile, that selfie camera mimic’s the cutout of the Infinity-O displays on the Galaxy Note10.
On the back of the phone, we see an outline of the small 1.06” external display (300 x 116 px) next to the dual-cameras. The screen will support always-on features and is said to be Super AMOLED – we’re hoping it can display colors. Both halves of the back of the device are made with Gorilla Glass 6 featuring tapered edges to give it a nice curvy feel in-hand.