Samsung's next upcoming foldable phone may be called the Galaxy Z Flip. The prolific leaker Ishan Agarwal claims to have uncovered some more of its specs. It will apparently have a main screen measuring 6.7 inches. Furthermore, it may have a 12MP rear camera rather than the next-gen sensors predicted for the Galaxy S20 series.
The reliable tipster Ishan Agarwal claims to have secured more juicy details on the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, the OEM's first clamshell foldable phone. It has been shown to have a central punch-hole camera, but any further specs remain unrevealed. However, should Agarwal be correct, we now know more about the device.
The Z Flip is now accordingly rumored to have a 6.7-inch AMOLED screen. Its punch-hole may contain a single 10MP camera. A 12MP camera may be found on the other side: this is the only primary sensor mentioned, although an earlier leak suggested a dual shooter. The new clamshell may also have 256GB in terms of internal storage, although its RAM remains unspecified.
Agarwal also now believes it may run Android 10, skinned by One UI 2.1, out of the box. The Galaxy Z Flip is now thought to have a battery with a capacity of between 3300 and 3500mAh. Finally, the foldable phone is projected to come in black or purple colorways. Therefore, it may be pitched at more of a moderate tier compared to the Galaxy S20 series alongside which it will launch in February 2020.
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