Samsung Galaxy Z Flip will soon break cover as the company’s answer to Motorola Razr (2019). Merely days after appearing in leaked renders and getting its entire specifications as well as pricing leaked, the Galaxy Z Flip has now appeared in an alleged hands-on video. The video leaves little to the imagination when it comes to showcasing the phone’s clamshell foldable design and its small cover display that sits alongside the dual rear camera module.
The short 19-second video courtesy of Ben Geskin begins with the Z Flip in its closed state where we can spot the small 1-inch notification panel and the dual 12MP cameras. The outward surface of the device is quite reflective, switching between purple and pink shades depending on the lighting. After that, the user effortlessly unfolds the device with his thumb, which reveals the tall 6.7-inch “Infinity Flex” display with its 22:9 aspect ratio.
As for the pricing, the Galaxy Z Flip will reportedly set buyers back by EUR 1,500 (roughly Rs. 117,600) in Europe, or $1,399 (roughly Rs. 1,00,000) in the US as per a recent tweet by technology analyst Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser). The phone is said to go on sale starting February 14 in Europe, but there is no word regarding its region-wise availability in markets such as India yet.