It seems like it’s been years since we started talking about the next foldable smartphone from Samsung but there was nothing in the way of renders to show off the device before today. Now, WinFuture’s courtesy, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip renders have leaked to reveal the smartphone in full.
As seen in the gallery below, those Samsung Galaxy Z Flip renders leave nothing with this foldable to the imagination. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip folds along its horizontal axis, as detailed in the past, allowing a bigger, larger display to fold into a “compact square.”
Roland Quandt specifies in this latest leak that the display here is a FHD+ display that has an aspect ratio of 22:9-even taller than the recent flagships of Sony. The panel itself is 6.7-inch large when fully opened. Samsung also uses a special hinge feature that can open the unit between 70 and 110 degrees. This will be used for camera apps such as the Google Duo, as previously reported.
This report confirms the size of the outer show too. The 1.06-inch panel is only 300×116 and is used to view time, notifications and other features. The Snapdragon 855 +, 8 GB of RAM, and 256 GB of storage are also listed. Nevertheless, there is no slot for microSD cards.
WinFuture also mentions on the rear a 12MP primary camera backed up by another 12MP sensor, this time with an ultra-wide lens. Also within an Infinity-O punch hole, the front camera is a 10MP sensor. The battery is likewise 3,300 mAh.