Video Of Samsung's Z Flip Foldable Phone Has Leaked

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The last week has seen a deluge of leaks about Samsung's next foldable phone. Now it looks like a video of it in action has dropped, too.

Massive Leak Reveals Pretty Much Everything About Samsung's Next Foldable Phone

The Galaxy Fold was the pioneer for Samsung’s first efforts in making foldable phones, and now thanks to a massive leak, we’re getting a detailed look at Samsung’s second foldable handset—the Galaxy Z Flip—weeks before its expected official debut.

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Much like the soon-to-be-released Motorola Razr, the Galaxy Z Flip has a clamshell design. It will also be the size of a regular phone, as opposed to the larger tablet/phone hybrid category that the Galaxy Fold fell into.

Previous leaks have revealed that the Galaxy Z Flip will have a 6.7-inch 2636 x 1080 primary display with a 22:9 aspect ratio and a 1.06-inch exterior Gorilla Glass display 6.

According to Winfuture, the hinge will be able to open between 70 and 110 degrees, as well as rest open in a 90-degree L-shaped position.

When it comes to cameras it is said to have a 10-MP resolution hole-punch selfie cam as well as 12MP main and 12MOP ultra-wide lenses.

Under the hood it will apparently have a Snapdragon 855+ processor, 8GB of RAM, 256GB storage and a 3,300mAH battery.

The new video doesn't confirm any of these specs, but it does show off the outer mini-display, dual rear cameras, as well as the front-facing camera.

It also shows the pinky-purple coloured device opening and closing.

The 19-second clip was posted to Twitter by Yunis Ali and quickly reposted by Ben Geskin. When Geskin questioned Ali publicly about the original source he merely replied with 'Instegram'[sic].

All will be revealed officially at Unpacked on February 12, where the Galaxy Z Flip as well as the new flagship Galaxy S20 (which is also leaking like crazy) will debut.

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