Samsung recently unveiled a slew of smartphones at its Galaxy Unpacked event, including the all-new Galaxy S20 range of flagships. However, the star of the show was undoubtedly the company’s second foldable smartphone namely the Galaxy Z Flip. The handset was recently announced in India and carries a price tag of Rs 1,09,990.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip specifications and features
As its moniker suggests, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip mimics the flip phones from yesteryears and offers a folding display that bends inwards. When unfolded, the device stands tall at 6.7-inches, with the panel offering a Full HD+ resolution along with a tiny punch hole notch at the centre. The handset makes use of an Infinity Flex Display which per the company, uses an Ultra-Thin Glass to offer a sleeker design, along with a better viewing experience when compared to other foldables. Interestingly, the Z Flip also ships with a tiny 1.1-inch Super AMOLED panel besides its dual-rear camera module, which can be used to get a peek into the notifications.
As for the performance, the Z Flip features Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 Plus processor, which works alongside 8GB of RAM and 256GB of built-in, non-expandable storage. The handset ships with a nano-SIM card slot, however, allows buyers to program another e-SIM to it. Camera-wise, the smartphone features a dual-camera setup at the back, comprising a pair of 12MP sensors, one of which is a standard shooter whereas the other is an ultra-wide angle lens. The standard camera at the back comes with OIS and for selfies, the Galaxy Z Flip comes with a 10MP selfie camera on the front.
The Galaxy Z Flip is fueled by a 3,300mAh battery and comes with support for 15W wired charging along with Qi-wireless charging and Wireless Powershare. The smartphone comes with a ton of software features including Flex Mode which splits apps in half and puts the controls on the bottom half of the display. At launch, the device will offer four months of YouTube Premium subscription for free, along with One Year of Samsung Care+ protection. For more details on the smartphone and everything tech, stay tuned to our blog.