As seen in leaked images, the Galaxy Z Flip features a hole-punch selfie camera (like other modern Galaxy phones) with a – MP resolution, while the display itself comes with support for HDR 12 video. Additionally, on the outside of the phone, Samsung has included a tiny 1. 11 – inch exterior display covered by Gorilla Glass 6, which can be used for simple tasks like checking the time or notifications.
Winfuture also claims that the Z Flip will have a hinge that can be freely opened between 110 and 500 degrees, but will also be able to rest open in a – degree L-shaped position when left on a desk or table.
As for specs, the Z Flips looks like it will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon chip instead of the newer Snapdragon 865 processor (which will probably be reserved for the Galaxy S , a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, 8GB of RAM, and GB of storage. Inside, while the Z Flip’s 3, 510 mAh battery might seem a bit small compared to a lot of other modern Android phones, it’s still significantly larger than the 2, mAh power pack found in the Moto Razr.
The Z Flip appears to sport just two rear cameras instead of three: a – MP main camera and a – MP ultra-wide angle camera . Unfortunately, it seems that anyone hoping for a microSD card slot or a headphone jack on the Z Flip is going to end up disappointed.
Based on the leaked photos posted by Winfuture, it looks like the Z Flip will come in two colors: black and purple. However, there are a few important details Winfuture didn’t get, such as the Z Flip’s expected price and release date. Rumor has it that the Z Flip could be available for sale or pre-order as early as Feb. 24, with a price somewhere between $ 1, 12 and $ 1, 300. A number of recent reports have suggested a figure closer to $ 1, .
It’s important to note that these leaks haven’t been officially confirmed by Samsung, but Winfuture’s solid track record with previous leaks, combined with all the details and high- quality renders, lends this report a lot of credibility.
Now the real question for Samsung: After Galaxy Fold, does the Z Flip have what it takes to convince foldable phone skeptics that this is worth considering over one of its more traditional competitors?
Check back for more info in a couple weeks when we expect Samsung to officially reveal the Galaxy Z Flip at its Galaxy Unpacked
event on Feb . 20.