Samsung Galaxy Z Flip may be the final name of upcoming clamshell foldable phone

“Samsung Galaxy Z Flip clamshell foldable phone is expected to ship with Snapdragon 855 SoC, 10MP front-facing camera and a punch-hole cutout”

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip foldable phone is likely to be the name of its clamshell foldable phone that is expected to launch at its February 11th event ahead of the MWC 2020. This contradicts an earlier report that suggested that foldable phone would be called Samsung Galaxy Bloom. The new leak comes courtesy IceUniverse’s tip and self-designed logo. Though they’re his own design, the leakster claims the branding is accurate. Additionally, he yet again reiterated the next Galaxy flagship would be called the Galaxy S20 and not Galaxy S11. The Galaxy Z Flip name was reportedly confirmed in a closed-door CES meeting by Samsung executives.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
Though they’re his own design, the leakster claims the branding is accurate.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip foldable phone is said to be cheaper than the Galaxy Fold at $845 (around Rs 60,500). It bears a model number SM-F700F and is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 855 SoC and not the latest Snapdragon 865 SoC. The Galaxy Z Flip is expected to pack a 10MP front-facing camera, a sensor that is found in the Galaxy Note 10. It will have a center-positioned punch-hole cutout to accommodate the selfie-snapper. While the rest of the specifications are scarce at the moment, we might learn more information as we inch closer to the launch.

As for the Samsung Galaxy S20-series, the alleged live images of the Galaxy S20 Plus leaked online, revealing quad-camera setup at the back and a center-positioned tiny punch-hole cutout for selfies. The screen will have a slight curve with a 2.5D glass, unlike the previous Galaxy S-series phones where where the curves were deeper. The Galaxy S20 series will include an affordable Galaxy S20, a regular Galaxy S20 Plus and a souped up Galaxy S20 Ultra phones, and most of them will have 4G and 5G variants to cater to different markets across the globe.