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.
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.