Samsung has been frequenting our news section in the past months as it nearly time for the manufacturer to refresh its flagship S-line of phones. In addition, we’re expecting Samsung’s second foldable phone – the Galaxy Z Flip. So far we’ve seen renders and some live shots of the device but now we get our first live hands-on of the upcoming foldable in its dazzling purple paint job.
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.
Meanwhile, the Galaxy Z Flip was also spotted on Geekbench with the SM-F700N model number. The device managed 618 points on the single-core and 2421 in the multi-core department. The scoresheet confirms the Snapdragon 855+ chipset alongside 8GB RAM and Android 10. As usual, we’ll keep you posted when new info emerges.