You've seen the photos
, you've read the specs, and now you can watch a short video clip of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, before its big reveal on February 11th.
Footage from Samsung's latest foldable phone has been shared by Twitter artist and regular tapster Ben Gaskin on Twitter, showing a 19-second video showing how the device's screen opens and then reopens.
We've embedded it below, and if you don't mind smartphone makers, it's worth your 19 seconds. In less than two weeks, Samsung should unveil the Z Philip in its packed 2020 event.
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secondary display on the back of the phone, which is probably. Shows notifications and alerts when the device is locked.
We originally thought the Z Philip was called Galaxy Fold 2, it used a clamshell design, while the Galaxy Fold opens and closes like a book. The original Fold 2 is slated to appear later this year.
According to the leak, the Z Philip Snapdragon 855 processor is going to run, which will have the 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage space (and there's no microSD card slot to expand it). They are decent specs without making anything spectacular.
The phone is descending just as the well-designed Motorola Secrets is sending to customers - suddenly two clamshell foldable phones will have to be picked up from there.
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Meanwhile, the Samsung Galaxy S20 phones will also be making their debut on February 11th in packed 2020, so it will be able to become an event that will make the best of it. We will certainly bring you all the news here.