[Updated] Samsung Galaxy Z Flip stars in another leaked video
Update: Shortly after the video started making the rounds, the original tweet got removed and the Instagram account was set to private. We’ll continue updating this story if it develops further.
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The hits just keep on coming, though it doesn’t seem like Samsung cares at this point. The Korean giant’s new foldable phone has shown up in yet another video ahead of its official announcement. This time, the Galaxy Z Flip was caught on camera presumably in some retail store at an unknown location. The device was spotted at the store by an Instagram user who proceeded to post a short video on their account.
In this particular instance, the Galaxy Z Flip is covered by a thick case that is designed to prevent leaks. We saw Samsung using a similar case when it first revealed the Galaxy Fold to the world at its developer conference in November 2018 to hide the design of the device while showing off its folding screen. As such, the video doesn’t really show us anything new, though we do get to see how the display can stay open at various angles and how it doesn’t just snap between fully unfolded and folded positions.
Another Galaxy Z Flip hands on video leaked 👀
— Ben Geskin (@BenGeskin) February 7, 2020
For those who haven’t seen it, a previously leaked video offers a much better look at Samsung’s upcoming foldable phone. Specifically, that video reveals just how satisfying it will be to snap shut the Z Flip’s foldable display, something we will soon get to try out ourselves as there are only four days left to the phone’s unveiling. You won’t have to wait long to be able to do that, either, as the Galaxy Z Flip is expected to start hitting retail shelves from February 14.