Rumours of a new Samsung Galaxy fold have been making the rounds since 2019, with reports that the device will be called the ‘Galaxy bloom’. Now, it seems as though those rumours have turned into fact with a leaked ‘hands-on’ video of the device, along with an updated name. The device is now known as the ‘Galaxy Z Flip’.
The video, which was posted on twitter courtesy of concept artist and frequent ‘leak sharer’ Ben Geskin, doesn’t revile much about the specs of the device, but it does provide us with an idea of what the Z Flip will look like in hand. It also gives us an idea of the screen size, along with showing off the two cameras on the outside and a hole-punch on the inside for selfies.
Watch the leaked video below:
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip – First Hands On Video pic.twitter.com/4b8Uzt5kRB
— Ben Geskin (@BenGeskin) February 2, 2020
- 6.7-inch vertically folding display
- Two 12-megapixel rear cameras
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset
- Wireless charging
- 3,300-mAh battery
The Z Flip is scheduled to be unveiled on 11 February 2020, during Samsung’s annual Unpacked event in San Francisco, where the tech giants are scheduled to announce the latest Galaxy S20 series.
Image: Twitter/ @TechFunToYou