Samsung's New Foldable Phone Ad Releases Before Introduction

Samsung's New Foldable Phone Ad Releases Before Introduction

Now it is often the case that not only are different people leaking about the devices of the companies, but also the companies themselves.

Something similar happened last night before an Oscar Awards ceremony in which Samsung broadcast the ad for its new foldable phone Galaxy Z Philip and showed off the entire phone.

Samsung is expected to introduce the Galaxy S20 series (possibly 3 phones) and Galaxy Z Flip phones during an event in San Francisco on February 11th.

In the ad, this phone looks similar to a Motorola Razor Foldable phone placed on a table at 90 degrees angle.

It also showed how the phone folds.

The ad wrote in the caption: 'You may have noticed a small crease in the centre of the main screen, which is the natural beauty of the screen'.

In the ad, the phone appeared in 2 colours purple and black.


In addition, the ad first appears on the phone's external screen, which is very small, but it can accept or reject the call with caller ID.

Earlier in the leak, it was reported that the Z Flip has a 6.7-inch screen with 22: 9 aspect ratio foldable OLED display FHD Plus resolution.

Unlike last year's Galaxy Fold, this new leak has confirmed the Ultra-Thin Glass display feature so folding it won't face problems like Galaxy Fold.

Like Samsung's recent phones, the Zip Flip has a punch-hole selfie camera while the outside display is equipped with a 1.06-inch LED panel that will display simple notifications over time.

The phone is likely to get Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus processor, 8GB RAM and 256GB storage.

The phone has a single USB port for charging and audio, while the microSD card slot and headphone jack are not available.

The phone will have an external dual camera setup which includes a 12 megapixel main camera and a 12 megapixel ultra wide angle camera while the selfie camera will be 10 megapixel.

It can potentially cost up to $ 1,400 (over Rs. 216,000 Pakistani rupees).

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