If you’ve ever seen the images and technical specs of the Galaxy Z Flip, Samsung’s new foldable cell phone, you have it here live and in a video before its official announcement on February 11.
The latest Samsung star cellphone clip appeared on Ben Geskin’s Twitter account, a 19-second clip that shows how it opens and closes several times.
You can also see the small outside screen that displays the time and system messages. It is very small, which indicates that, unlike the Motorola Razr and its external display, you will need to open the phone each time you want to reply to a message or perform an operation.
The Motorola Razr seems to be a much better device designed solely for this ability to perform the most common functions – such as replying to messages, emails or taking a selfie – without having to open the terminal.
We originally thought the Galaxy Z Flip would be the second version of the Galaxy Fold, but apparently it’s a whole new line of foldable cellphones. According to rumors, we will see a Galaxy Fold 2 sometime in 2020.
According to leaks and rumors, the Galaxy Z Flip could have a Snapdragon 855 processor with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage (no microSD expansion slot). Technical characteristics that clearly exceed those of the Motorola Razr – although the latter may have a more useful design than the previous one.
The Motorola Razr is already reaching the hands of end users. Samsung will present the Z Flip at its Unpacked 2020 event next week, along with the Korean company’s new flagship line, the Samsung Galaxy S20.