While it should be presented at the Samsung Unpacked event on February 11, 2020 organized in San Francisco, the Galaxy Z Flip intrigues by its flip-flop format. The mobile, whose code name was Galaxy Bloom, therefore stimulates speculation from our colleagues. Based on the various information circulating on the internet, the Italian Giuseppe Spinelli, working for the Dutch of LetsGoDigital, thus produced a 3D rendering of the smartphone. And as much to say that it turns out to be quite attractive.
According to our colleagues, the Galaxy Z Flip will be equipped with an Ultra Thin Glass (UTG) screen offering it the ability to bend without cracking. Oled, it offers a diagonal of 6.7 inches, a little that the Motorola Razr and its 6.2 inches. The renderings also imagine thinner borders than at its direct competitor. They are however revealed as reinforced as on the Galaxy Fold. For the moment, the hinge mechanism is still unknown. It is rumored to be different from the manufacturer’s first foldable mobile. Samsung would also have chosen not to integrate a touch screen on the back of the smartphone, but only a small notification panel. Discreet, it would fit next to a photo module incorporating a 108 MP sensor and a second, 5x telephoto lens. Other corridor noises evoke the presence of two other 12 MP sensors on the back of the terminal. At the front, it would also be a slab punched in the center.
Regarding the other aspects of the data sheet, this Galaxy Flip Z would therefore integrate a Snapdragon 855 Plus chip, 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal memory. It would also carry two batteries, a main of 2,100 or 2,300 mAh depending on the corridor noise, as well as a second of 900 mAh.