Samsung is expected to officially unveil its second foldable smartphone in the first quarter of the year. The device was thought to go by the moniker Galaxy Fold Bloom but only recently, it was uncovered that the device will go by the name Galaxy Z Flip. The Galaxy Z Flip has now been certified by China’s 3C.
The device from this certification bears the SM-F700 model number which matches previous certification exploits. The certification covers the charger and it reveals the device will present with a 15W fast charger inside the box.
The Galaxy Z Flip should present with a clamshell design and mock-up photos of the device have already appeared online, thanks to LetsGoDigital. We don’t expect the design style to be too different. However, the Galaxy Z Flip will not feature the latest and greatest internal components. The device is believed to ship with last year’s Snapdragon 855 at the helm alongside a dual-camera setup on the outside and a 10MP selfie cam.
The most spectacular feature that has been leaked so far is undoubtedly the Ultra-Thin Glass (UTG) construction on the display. This will make the Z-Flip the first device on the market to do so. That’s all the details is in the open at the moment.
Samsung is hosting its Unpacked event on February 11 where we’ll see the reveals of the new S20 lineup as well as the Galaxy Z Flip.