26 March 2020
We are almost two weeks away from the said launch of Samsung’s next foldable smartphone – Galaxy Z Flip but lots and lots of leaks are just falling off the wagon and coming in our way. Almost every specification of the Galaxy Z Flip has surfaced ahead of the official launch and now the latest speculates the color variants.
According to an exclusive report from SamMobile, the Galaxy Z Flip could arrive in Black, Gold, Purple, and Silver color options. The tech site cites its sources and also reports that the Galaxy Z Flip may have a “football-like” pattern on it, though how the pattern will look like is unclear. Previously, it was rumored that the Galaxy Z Flip will arrive in White color as well but looks like the color couldn’t make it to the finals. However, we may see it getting unveiled as an exclusive color for some markets or carriers in the coming future.
The heavily-rumored Galaxy Z Flip foldable phone is reportedly launching on February 14, which is the launch event due to happen after the launch of new Galaxy S-series at the Galaxy Unpacked event on February 11. Max Weinbach from XDA Developers who has shared the launch date, also shared the pricing details. According to his tweet, the Galaxy Z Flip could arrive at $1,400, which is $100 less than the Motorola Razr and even $500 cheaper than the standard Galaxy Fold, Samsung's first foldable phone.
Just head from a new source:— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) January 27, 2020
Samsung's Galaxy Z Flip will likely launch on February 14th. It retails at $1400. It's possible it is an AT&T exclusive again, but this time it might be a timed exclusive. It will also be available unlocked.
Some of the key details to recall include Snapdragon 855 Plus processor, 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED display and a 3,300mAH battery with 15W fast charging support and reverse wireless charging support as well. It will include two 12MP rear cameras (wide and ultrawide) and a 10MP selfie snapper. The smartphone will run One UI 2.1 out of the box. It is going to offer 256GB onboard storage and there is no word on the microSD card.