We're just a couple of weeks away from Samsung's spring Galaxy Unpacked event, which will take place on February 11 in San Francisco. The company is expected to announce an array of successors to the Galaxy S10, which will be called the Galaxy S20 series, but there's also a new foldable smartphone in the mix. The Galaxy Z Flip will be a new flip phone-style foldable, similar to Motorola's razr.
Thanks to WinFuture, the Z Flip has leaked, leaving virtually nothing to the imagination. The handset will have a 6.7-inch 2636x1080 display, giving it a 22:9 aspect ratio. It will have an Infinity O display, meaning that it will have a hole-punch cut-out in the top of the screen for a 10MP f/2.4 front-facing camera. Apparently, the screen is made of "Ultra Thin Glass", which should be sturdier than the protective film on the Galaxy Fold. The external screen is 1.06 inches with 300x116 resolution, and it will be Super AMOLED.
As for processing power, we're expecting last year's Snapdragon 855+, which was previously rumored. It will come with 8GB RAM and 256GB UFS 3.0 of internal storage, which is not expandable. According to WinFuture, the device won't have 5G support, although that's only based on the chipset in the handset, and since we've seen Snapdragon 855-powered 5G phones, anything is possible.
The rear camera is dual-lens, both of which are 12MP, and one of which is ultra-wide. The main camera has an f/1.8 aperture and a 78-degree field of view, while the ultra-wide sensor is f/2.2 with a 123-degree field of view. Of course, the main camera will support 4K 60fps video capture, although the front camera will only support 4K 30fps capture.
As we learned earlier, the Galaxy Z Flip is expected to launch on February 14, starting at $1,400.