In a recent interview with Bloomberg News, Samsung confirmed that its foldable device portfolio is adopting a new naming scheme that shows our commitment to expanding the category to offer a variety of experiences.
Samsung unveiled its newest foldable flip phone yesterday, the Galaxy Z Flip. The Fold, well, folds in half like a slim book, while the Z Flip folds horizontally like the clamshell cellphone or of yore.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Samsung
It looks very different from the troubled Galaxy Fold, and much more in line with Motorola's Razr flip phone. The S20 Ultra is sure to be a leading phone in 2020 due to its 6.9-inch OLED display, phenomenal processing speed, 5,000mAh battery life, and water resistance. Thanks to a dual CAM mechanism it will also allow you to hold the phone open at an array of different angles.
A "fibre shield" promises to keep dust and other pesky particles out of the inherently small gap created when the hinge is open, too, so that none of it damagingly seeps into the handset's internals.
Then Samsung crammed in an enormous amount of camera features: wide angle, ultra-wide, telescopic lens, depth vision and that barely cracks the surface of it. It also automatically splits into two 4-inch screens so you can view images, content or videos on the top half of the display, and control them on the bottom half. All you need to do is place your pre-order before March 8, claim through the Samsung Members App on your new device with proof of purchase, and you'll receive your Galaxy Buds+ within 45 days of validation. And for many that'll no doubt be a big sell worth the £1300 / $1380 asking price. For now we'll prepare to hold our breaths when it's released on February 14th.