Samsung Galaxy Z flip leaked design and specs ahead of launch


Samsung Galaxy Z flip leaked design and specs ahead of launch

Samsung is just planning to launch an new fold-able smartphone device named Samsung Galaxy Z flip. The phone is to revealed on February 11 but ahead of the launch video is surfacing on the design sowing the design and specs of the phone.

The device will  come with "Focus Display". The phone will have an aspect ratio of 22:9 when unfolded. It will be equipped with Snapdragon 855 plus chipset, 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. The resolution of the display will be 1,080 x 2,636 with dynamic AMOLED screen. 

The only camera leaks that refer specifically to the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip state that it will have a dual-lens 12MP main camera, with both standard and wide-angle lenses, while the front camera might be a 10MP one.

Elsewhere we’ve heard mention of a 108MP sensor paired with a zoom lens, but that’s probably headed for the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 if anything, since that’s likely to be more of a flagship.

As for the battery, that’s rumoured to be 3,300mAh, which would put it on the small side. It apparently supports 15W charging, which is ‘fast’ but nowhere near as fast as some phones.

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