With just days to go before Samsung Unpacked, another potential leak for the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip appeared online. However, this is the first fully-equipped video showing how the phone looks from outside and even from the inside once flipped open.
The 19-second clip was posted to Twitter by Yunis Ali and quickly reposted by Ben Geskin. Dual cameras are visible on the back of the handset, which seems that it may have some sort of magnetic latch to keep the phone closed.
The video does not show a lot but it does show the new 22:9 aspect ratio of the display as well as what appears to be a smooth glass surface (no "normal" bumps here).
There is one other display, but it's only a basic ticker display on the outside to show the time, date and battery level. When the phone is folded, it fits into the palm of the hand, making it extremely handy and pocketable compared to usual smartphones. As with its Fold sibling, the unannounced Galaxy Z Flip features a flexible OLED panel that enables the phone to fold in half.
Much like the soon-to-be-released Motorola Razr, the Galaxy Z Flip has a clamshell design. For optics, the foldable smartphone would get two camera sensors positioned next to the cover display with a 12MP f/1.8 main lens and a 12MP 123-degree ultra-wide sensor.
The Galaxy Z has leaked in renders before, but now we've got something much juicier.