Leaked official Samsung Galaxy Z Flip renders and full specs will make you flip out
We have been reporting on the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip for a while now, with news coming in about the flagship smartphone’s expected design and specifications. However, WinFuture has now published a whole load of official renders and the full specifications list. Along with the above-mentioned Qualcomm SoC, the phone will also sport 8 GB RAM and 256 GB UFS 3.0 storage.
The undeniably appealing Samsung Galaxy Z Flip will offer users an internal display and an external one. The internal screen when completely “flipped out” measures 6.7 inches and consists of a Dynamic OLED (2636x1080 resolution). The main display is interrupted by a well-placed selfie camera with a 10 MP sensor. On the exterior of the phone, next to the main camera (12 MP + 12 MP), there is a 1.06-in AMOLED screen that can be used for notifications and for displaying the time.
Other main details include a 3300 mAh battery, fingerprint reader (on the side), stereo speakers, 183 g weight, and support for quick charging and Qi charging. With the attractive aesthetic and high-end components, it’s hardly a surprise that the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip will be an expensive purchase. We already reported on a potential US price, and WinFuture believes the European price could be around 1,500 Euros. If that sum doesn’t scare you off a purchase, then you can probably pick up a Galaxy Z Flip from February 14 onwards.
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