Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Pre-orders to Begin on February 20 in India, Reveals Official Teaser

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip

It’s been just a few days since Samsung officially announced the launch of its brand new foldable smartphone — the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip at the Galaxy Unpacked 2020 event. The phone was announced along with Samsung’s new trio of S-Series flagship handsets — the Galaxy S20, the Galaxy S20+, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra. Soon after these announcements, Samsung announced the India prices of these three handsets. The company, however, maintained a stoic silence over the launch of the Galaxy Z Flip in the country. That was until now. A recent tweet made from Samsung’s official India Twitter handle indicates that the company will soon launch the foldable smartphone in the country.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip India Launch: What we know so far

At the outset, it is important that we refer to Samsung’s tweet about the Galaxy Z Flip’s India launch before we make any further comments. The tweet is embedded below.

From the above tweet, it can be inferred that pre-booking for the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is already underway and that the phone could be officially launched here in India in just two days’ time. Since the tweet was posted on February 18, this puts the launch date of the phone on February 20, 2020. If that indeed is the case, Indian consumers will be among the first to experience Samsung’s fresh take on foldable smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Key Specifications, Features

The Galaxy Z Flip’s stand-out feature is its foldable glass AMOLED display with what a Hideaway Hinge. The unfolded display measures 6.7-inches across and has a resolution of 2630 x 1080 pixels in the 21.9:9 aspect ratio. The phone also gets a smaller external display, which measures just 1.1-inches across and has a resolution of 300 x 112 pixels.  The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC and comes in an 8GB RAM +256GB version. Powering this hardware is a large 3,300 mAh battery with fast charging support. The phone also gets a dual-camera setup at the rear and a single front-facing camera. The primary camera at the rear consists of twin 12-megapixel sensors. The front-facing camera, on the other hand, gets a 10MP sensor.


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