It looks like a make-up compact, but when you open it up, it becomes just like a regular smartphone. The Galaxy Z Flip is Samsung Electronics' latest squared-shaped foldable phone.
"When it's closed? It is a thing of beauty. It's smooth and sleek and symmetrical. And at half its full size, it fits right in my palm and snugly in my pockets."
The foldable-glass Galaxy Z Flip is also the first foldable device featuring the Infinity Flex Display with Samsung's proprietary bendable Ultra Thin Glass.
With a 6.seven inch OLED display, the Z Flip comes with two 12 megapixel cameras on the back, a regular wide angle and an ultra-wide angle, as well as a 10 megapixel selfie camera.
Available in purple, gold and black, the phone will hit the market in Korea and the U.S. this Friday for around 14-hundred U.S. dollars.
The Z Flip doesn't support 5G, but the new Galaxy S20 series does.
Along with the Z Flip, Samsung also introduced the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 Plus and Galaxy S20 Ultra on Tuesday.
The six.two inch Galaxy S20 is the smallest of all, with the S20 Plus and S20 Ultra boasting almost seven-inch displays.
The latest series is topped with AI and Samsung's largest image sensor, so users can take the clearest pictures in any environment. The S20 Ultra also has 8K video recording, and users can zoom in up to a hundred times when taking a picture.
The Galaxy S20 series will be available in March ranging from a thousand to 16-hundred dollars.
Kim Dami, Arirang News.