Samsung is preparing to officially unveil its new high-end smartphones – the Galaxy S20. On February 11, the brand’s second folding smartphone, the Galaxy Z Flip, will also be unveiled.
This time in a shell format, Samsung is preparing to present a more polished device with a shape that gives it a greater purpose in terms of portability. After we see the first video hands on a few days ago, now a new video has appeared on Instagram where the foldable ‘shell’ is the star.
In this short video later released by the renowned leaker Ben Geskin, we see the Galaxy Z Flip being shown with a cover. In terms of design, the device meets the previous video of hands on, and we get an idea of how it can look like a cover.
The cover is with the central part slightly pronounced at the back, when the smartphone is open. It is not the most eye-catching solution in terms of design, but it does add security to a potentially fragile device.
Right now there is no way to confirm if this will be a video of the real Galaxy Z Flip. However, it is the second video under these conditions published by Ben Geskin in a few days, which is a usually credible source.
Folding zone is not visible on the Galaxy Z Flip screen
Looking at these images, the Galaxy Z Flip looks like a much more robust device than the Galaxy Fold. The screen will be made of ultra-thin glass, and the truth is that the folding zone is not even noticeable in the central part of the screen.
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