Samsung Galaxy Z Flip on render looks awesome!

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2020 is a very exciting year for smartphone innovation. In particular, foldable smartphones inadvertently cause clamshells to return with fully foldable displays. Following the announcement of Motorola Razr, Samsung received the Galaxy Z Flip (previously rumored to be the Galaxy Bloom).

Specialists at LetsGoDigital have created some render layouts for the future foldable phone, based on previous teasers and leaks of the live image of a Samsung flip phone.

The layouts give us a very good idea of ​​what the new Samsung phone might look like. The swivel mechanism looks strikingly similar to the one on the fold of the Galaxy Fold. To the right of the bottom of the device is the power key, and to the right of the top is the volume control. There is a small external display next to the main two cameras and one LED flash.

The internal display is equipped with a punch-hole display with a built-in selfie camera, rumored to be a 10 megapixel camera. According to rumors, the clamshell is currently receiving the Snapdragon 855 chipset and supports some kind of ultra-fast charging for installing a dual battery. One of them, as they say, is 900 mAh, and the power of the other is unknown.

The Galaxy Z Flip may be the first consumer smartphone to have a folding glass – this, while other folding phones use plastic materials for a flexible screen surface. The screen itself is planned to be folded in order to have a fairly large 6.7-inch screen in open form.

Images and videos do not really leave much room for a complete understanding of the design, and there are still many unanswered questions about the technical characteristics. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip may be unveiled at the same time as the Samsung Galaxy S20 series at Samsung Unpacked next month.

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Dana K. Park
My name is Dana K. Park and I am the author of the blog sks-comp.ru My team and I make guides to different countries based on personal experience. At the moment I live in Russia and Israel, but I am constantly moving to different countries.

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