Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Hands-On Video Leaked Online

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Samsung is gearing up to launch its next generation of flagship devices in the upcoming weeks. With still a few days to go for the launch of the upcoming handsets, a new leak of one of the phones has surfaced online. The Galaxy Z Flip is Samsung’s second venture in the foldable devices segment.

Twitter user BenGeskin today tweeted a hands-on video of the Galaxy Z Fold. The most striking aspect of the video is the handset’s design. The design looks a tad similar to what some of the fancy flip phones looked back in the day. The body looks like a glass one, to no surprise, with a mirror finish and we see a notification AMOLED display beside the camera as well. The video isn’t of very good quality so it’s difficult to get into the specifics like whether there is a visible crease or not, something which marred the Galaxy Fold.

With just a few days to go for Samsung’s Launch Event, this leak will surely excite some fans out there. Under the hood, the Galaxy Z Flip is slated to pack a punch. As per rumors, we are looking at Snapdragon 855+, 8GB RAM, 256GB Storage, and Android Q out of the box. While the design does make us very optimistic, considering the nascent stage this tech is at, we are still skeptical. What do you think of the Galaxy Z Flip? Let us know in the comments section below

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