Samsung Galaxy Z Flip: Features, specifications, pricing

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Samsung's second foldable phone takes on the Motorola RAZR in the foldable clamshell space.

6.7 inches

Display size

1080 x 2636px

256GB

Internal storage

12MP + 12MP

Rear camera

3,300 mAh

Battery size

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Details

Display

Display Size
6.7 inches
Resolution
1080 x 2636px
Pixels per inch (PPI)
425 ppi

Camera

Rear camera megapixels
12MP + 12MP
Rear camera aperture size
f/2.2 + f/1.8
Video recording
N/A
Front camera megapixels
10MP
Front camera aperture size
f/2.4

Physical Dimensions

Dimensions
167.3mm x 73.6mm x 7.2mm
Weight
183g

Connectivity

NFC
Yes
Wi-Fi
802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Network category speed
Category 16

Power, storage and battery

Processor
Octa-core
RAM
8GB
Operating system
Android 10
Internal storage
256GB
Battery capacity
3,300mAh

Device features

Headphone jack
No
Fingerprint sensor
Yes
Water resistance rating
N/A
Wireless charging
Qi
Launch price (RRP)$0
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip

While it can't claim to have produced the world's first commercially available foldable phone – the Royole FlexPai takes that crown – Samsung can claim to have the world's most popular foldable phone globally right now.

Mind you, that's because it has so very little in the way of competition. The Huawei Mate X is essentially only available in China right now, and that leaves Motorola's very different clamshell-style RAZR as the only other competitor.

The RAZR is exactly the model that Samsung has in its sights with its first clamshell phone, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip.

Design

  • 6.7 inch internal display
  • 1.1 inch secondary display
  • "Infinity-O" camera hole
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Camera

  • Dual 12MP rear cameras
  • 10MP selfie camera
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Performance

  • 7nm 64-bit Octa-Core Processor
  • Side-mounted fingerprint sensor
  • 4G only

Battery life

  • 3,300mAh battery
  • Wireless and wired charging

Early outlook

  • Foldables remain an expensive and exclusive club

Pricing and availability

  • Launched on 11 February with US availability from 14 February
  • Available in Australia "in the coming months"

At its Galaxy Unpacked 2020 launch, Samsung announced the Galaxy Z Flip as going on sale from 14 February for $1380 outright. However, that's a US list price and for the US market only.

Samsung Australia has said that the Galaxy Z Flip will go on sale in Australia "in the coming months", which means, like the Galaxy Fold that we'll have something of a wait before we can get our hands on one. At that straight conversion price it should cost around $2,000, but US list prices are almost always presented without sales taxes included, because those vary state by state. Add GST in and you're looking at more like $2,200, and that's presuming the US list price isn't a carrier-specific deal. It could always be a little higher, but we'll have to wait and see.

Specifications

Display

Display Size
6.7 inches
Resolution
1080 x 2636px
Pixels per inch (PPI)
425 ppi

Camera

Rear camera megapixels
12MP + 12MP
Rear camera aperture size
f/2.2 + f/1.8
Video recording
N/A
Front camera megapixels
10MP
Front camera aperture size
f/2.4

Physical Dimensions

Dimensions
167.3mm x 73.6mm x 7.2mm
Weight
183g

Connectivity

NFC
Yes
Wi-Fi
802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Network category speed
Category 16

Power, storage and battery

Processor
Octa-core
RAM
8GB
Operating system
Android 10
Internal storage
256GB
Battery capacity
3,300mAh

Device features

Headphone jack
No
Fingerprint sensor
Yes
Water resistance rating
N/A
Wireless charging
Qi
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