Meanwhile, the Galaxy Z Flip was also spotted on Geekbench with the SM-F700N model number. The video shows the smartphone in someone's hand as it opened and closes. We see a small display on the lower left part that shows the time and date.
With the screen extended, the Galaxy Z Flip will have a very tall form factor, possibly 21:9 or more.
We're counting the days until Samsung officially announces the next-gen premium Galaxy S20 flagship smartphone series. Displays on foldable phones up until this point have been largely plastic. The Z Flip has a 12MP+12MP dual-camera setup on the outside and a 10MP autofocus selfie camera on the inside. A single punch-hole camera is found at the center of the display. This leads us to believe that the Galaxy Fold successor exists and Samsung is actively working on it.
Granted, we already know basically all there is to know about Samsung's new foldable handset thanks to a bevy of previous leaks (none of which have been confirmed, by the way, including this new video), but hey, it's still cool to finally get our eyes on the thing in action. On Motorola's Razr "flip-phone" these gaps allow the ingress of debris, potentially causing small bumps in the screen (which Motorola calls normal).
Perhaps most striking about this first look, however, is how ridiculously long the Galaxy Z Flip looks when folded out completely. It remains to be seen whether Samsung was able to work around this issue.