SAN FRANCISCO – Samsung’s newest foldable is real. The company on Tuesday officially unveiled its smartphone after months of leaks, and even a .
The device, Samsung’s second foldable after its Motorola’s new Razr. The Z Flip, like the Razr, is essentially a high-tech flip phone, with an interior, 6.7-inch bendable screen and a small, exterior notifications panel., features a clamshell design similar to
“We’re changing the shape of the future,” said Rebecca Hirst, Samsung’s marketing director. “The Galaxy Z Flip is the statement smartphone.”
By comparison, the Galaxy Fold has a 4.6-inch display when closed and a separate 7.3-inch display when opened into a tablet. The Razr’s exterior Quick View display is 2.7 inches, while the internal screen stretches to 6.2 inches.
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