A famous leaker of tech products showed the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip in a video on Twitter before the consumer launch. The video looks real if you look at last week’s leaks.
A surprise arrived before the Super Bowl evening: while we were all eagerly awaiting the kick-off, a video posted on Twitter caught our attention.
Ben Geskin, already known for other new technology leaks, published the first video of the so-called Samsung Galaxy Z Flip via Twitter this Sunday.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip – First Hands On Video pic.twitter.com/4b8Uzt5kRB
— Ben Geskin (@BenGeskin) February 2, 2020
Foldable smartphones were a big topic of discussion last week. I was just talking about it. Some people then posted videos on the Galaxy Fold and told me what they liked or disliked.
I’m sure many of you shared your opinions. What we see in the video that just came out is really promising. Unlike the Samsung Galaxy Fold, the new Z Flip can be folded vertically.
Once folded, it’s super compact and convenient. Once opened, it looks like a narrow, elongated cell phone.
We are very curious to see how Samsung designed the screen and the folding mechanism this time. We also notice that the smartphone only has a small thumb-sized screen on the front for notifications.
What do you think of the video? Do you think it’s real? And what do you think of the design? Feel free to share your impressions in the comments.