Samsung Galaxy Z Flip gets FCC certification, will launch alongside Galaxy S20 on February 11th launch

“Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is said to cost between $860 and $1,295, making it much cheaper than the Motorola Razr (2019) that costs $1,499”

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip has just been spotted on the FCC certification site ahead of its expected launch alongside the Galaxy S20-series on February 11th. It is expected to come with last year’s Snapdragon 855 SoC, a 6.7-inch Flexible AMOLED display with a thin flexible glass and 15W fast-charging support. The foldable phone could be much cheaper than the Galaxy Fold and have a clamshell design similar to the Motorola Razr (2019). Now, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip has bagged the FCC certification, which is required for it to hit the stores once launched. However, it doesn’t reveal anything about the device, so we’re stuck with the earlier leaked rumours and reports for now.

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is said to pack dual rear cameras with a 12MP primary sensor but the details regarding the secondary sensor are scarce at the moment. The 6.7-inch foldable display will have a punch-hole cutout at the middle to accommodate the 10MP selfie snapper. The bezels are slightly raised on the corner for an extra layer of protection and the hinge is apparently visible, according to previous reports. While there’s no confirmation yet, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip foldable is said to cost between $860 and $1,295 (€1400 in Europe), making it much cheaper than the Motorola Razr (2019), which is going on sale from February 6th at $1,499.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
The bezels are slightly raised on the corner for an extra layer of protection and the hinge is apparently visible.

As for the Samsung Galaxy S20-series, they’re said to ship with Exynos 990 7nm chipset in the Asian markets and Snapdragon 865 in the global markets. The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus is said to feature a bigger 6.7-inch display, while the Galaxy S20 Ultra will have a larger 6.9-inch screen and the standard Galaxy S20 would flaunt a smaller 6.2-inch display. The flagships are expected to pack a 120Hz Infinity-O Dynamic AMOLED display with 3200 x 1440 pixels resolution and run on Android 10 with OneUI 2.0 custom skin on top. 91mobiles recently brought you exclusive official renders of the Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ and the Galaxy S20 Ultra smartphones.