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“And the Oscar goes to…” Samsung's new foldable smartphone

tomorrow the Unpacked event will take place in So Francisco, where revelations (or confirmations) of the next Samsung smartphones are promised, namely all the details of the Galaxy S20. But in anticipation, taking advantage of the ride from the scars ceremony, the manufacturer launched the advertising of its new foldable smartphone, in the form of teasing for tomorrow's event.

Even though he did not reveal the official name, all rumors have been pointing to Galaxy Z Flip, even though it was initially known as Galaxy Bloom. Even without names, the official teasing has given legitimacy to the Z Flip video that appeared last week on social networks.

So, from what the video shows, the smartphone features a small outdoor screen, next to the camera, with minimalist information, such as the date and time, as well as notifications and battery status. The teasing also shows that this screen complements the ringing tone with the name of the person on the agenda, allowing you to accept or reject it by sliding your finger.

There is still a great emphasis on Google Duo for video calls shown in the advertising video. In this case, to show the smartphone with the screen folded in half, in a 90 position, in order to place it on the table for free hands calls. And an interesting piece of information, since in the case of the Galaxy Fold, the manufacturer advises to use the device fully open, in the form of a tablet, to avoid erasures in the middle of the screen.

As for technical characteristics, the initial rumors indicate that the Z Flip will count with a 6.7 inch screen, with 2,636 x 1,080 resolution. The protective glass will be more durable than the one covering the Galaxy Fold screen; and the processor must be a Snapdragon 855 Plus. The RAM should reach 8 GB and there is no entry for headsets or cards. Internal storage, in turn, should reach 256 GB.

The motto of the future changes the motto of the Galaxy Z Flip, one of the stars of tomorrow's Unpacked.

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