Video shows Samsung Galaxy Z Flip for the first time in action

Video shows Samsung Galaxy Z Flip for the first time in action

A video that began to circulate this Sunday February 2 shows the first video images of a hand in hand with the new Samsung folding, the Galaxy Z Flip.

The record that was shared on his Twitter account by the famous leaker, Ben Geskin, shows the operation of the cell phone and especially the closure of the terminal, which is much more similar to the Motorola Moto Razr than to the predecessor of this device: The Galaxy Fold

In the video you can also see how it has the functions of Always on Display of the telephone, in the lower left corner, with the information of the time, date and duration of the battery.

This Samsung Galaxy Z Flip will come with the following features:

  • 6.7-inch folding OLED screen, 22: 9 aspect ratio with an FHD + resolution (2,636 x 1,080 pixels).
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus processor.
  • 8 GB of RAM.
  • 256 GB of internal storage.
  • Second outdoor screen with a 1.06 inch OLED panel (300 x 116 pixels).
  • Dual lens main camera. One of 12MP and an ultra wide angle of 12 MP.
  • 10 MP front camera.
  • Connection via USB-C port for charging and audio.
  • Only compatible with LTE networks.

It is also assumed that it will have an approximate value of $ 1,650 dollars and that it will be presented either in the event of next February 11 in San Francisco where the Samsung S20 will be shown or there is also a tentative date for February 14.

In relation to the Samsung S20 that will now be presented in the United States, one of the latest leaks indicates that it will have a new photographic shooting mode called Quick Take “that will allow users to shoot with all the sensors of the device at once, or with the normal, wide angle and telephoto. After taking the picture, a kind of galley will open so you can select with which image you stay. In the beginning it doesn't save all the pictures, but it makes you choose after shooting. ”

We will have to wait until this next February 11 in San Francisco to be sure that this new information is true or not.

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