Samsung Galaxy Z Flip rumored to have 6.7-inch display, no 108MP camera
Samsung appears to be going all-in on foldable technology, with the Samsung Galaxy Fold hitting a niche that, despite the price tag, it turned out to be quite successful in. While Samsung’s approach to the Galaxy Fold was to turn a phone into a tablet, the likes of Motorola with the reboot of the Moto Razr series have turned back the clock and brought back flip-phones – though obviously in a more advanced fashion. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is another vertically folding display, and Ishan Agarwal has posted some purported specs of the upcoming device on Twitter.
More confirmations on Galaxy Z Flip: 6.7inch Dynamic AMOLED Displya, 12MP Main Camera (not 108MP, obviously). 10MP Front Camera and 256GB Storage as told earlier. One UI 2.1, 3300mAH or 3500mAH Battery (some confusion regarding that). Black and Purple colours. https://t.co/U4GA46Qj1r
— Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) January 20, 2020
The biggest takeaway is that the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip will not be packing the 108MP camera that we’ve seen rumored to arrive with the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G. Instead, it will feature a 12MP main camera, 10MP front camera, and 256gB of storage. There’s still confusion over how large the battery will be exactly, but it will arrive in both black and purple. We’ve already seen leaked images of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, back when we thought it may have been called the Galaxy Fold 2.
As for the design of the device, DJ Koh, CEO of Samsung Telecommunications, explained that the phone is inspired by Lancôme’s makeup compacts and that the company aims to target 20-something women with the upcoming foldable device. With Samsung Unpacked on the horizon, the company is expected to reveal the Galaxy Z Flip there, alongside the Samsung Galaxy S20 series. You can check out our exclusive live images of the Samsung Galaxy S20+ here as well.