Everything Samsung is expected to announce at its Unpacked event on February 11 has leaked extensively in recent weeks. If you thought the leaks would slow down in the final few days leading up to the event, you’d be very wrong. In yet another Galaxy Z Flip leak, we can see Samsung’s upcoming clamshell foldable phone in action. This time, we get to see the phone booting up from a powered off state, and we also get to see some of the phone’s specs.
Most interestingly, the video reveals how the display can stay open at an angle, which is no doubt going to be the defining feature of this foldable phone (we saw this in a previous video as well, but that was taken down). It tells us that Samsung didn’t just set out to make a new foldable device with a different form factor – the company has also worked on making sure it stands out from the Galaxy Fold and from the competition, particularly the Motorola Razr.
As for the specs, we can see there’s a Snapdragon 855 processor on the phone along with 8GB of RAM. There’s 256GB of storage, which we had revealed to be the case many months ago. Also confirmed is the 6.7-inch display size (6.67 inches, to be exact) and the screen resolution. It’s a custom resolution of 1080×2636 pixels, which we haven’t seen on any previous Galaxy phone because none of them have featured a display as tall as the one on the Galaxy Z Flip.
You can check out the video below. Fair warning: You might want to skip watching it if you’re planning to tune in to the Galaxy Z Flip’s official Unpacked launch and want to have some element of surprise left.