Video Of Samsung’s Z Flip Foldable Phone Has Leaked

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.

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.