New Delhi | Jagran Tech Desk: The Korean smartphone manufacturer Samsung on Wednesday unveiled all-new Galaxy Z flip-a foldable smartphone. The new device has a bold and stylish look designed for those who see the cutting edge technology to express themselves. Galaxy Z flip is designed with a custom-built UX and innovative Hideaway Hinge that provides elegant new ways to capture, experience and share content. Engineered with first-of-its-kind foldable glass, it features a 6.7-inch display that fits the palm of your hand.

Features and specifications

Galaxy Z flip has a 6.7-inch screen with Dynamic AMOLED display and infinity flex display. The screen resolution of this device is 2636 x 1080 pixels which comes with an aspect ratio of 21:9:9. The device runs on a 64-bit octa-Core processor coupled with 8 GB RAM and 256 GB internal storage. The device is packed with a 3300 mAh dual battery with fast charging power cord and wireless power share. Galaxy Z flip runs on Android 10 and features all necessary connectivity features such as WiFi, Bluetooth, dual SIM (One e-SIM and one NaNo SIM), USB Type-C, GPS. For authentication, it supports fingerprint sensor and face recognition technology.

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Camera:

The device comes with a game-changing camera that helps you capture more, on the go from group shots. You can also capture stunning hyper-lapse videos or vivid nighttime content under low lights with the need for a flash. Galaxy Z features a 12 MP Wide-angle camera with super-speed dual pixel AF, OIS, F1.8 and supports 8x digital zoom, HDR 10+ recording with optical image stabilisation. It also features a 10 MP selfie camera to help you capture high-quality selfies using the rear camera with unfolding.

Galaxy Z flip is available in mirror purple and mirror black colour shades. The device is priced at Rs 98,400 and will be available in selected countries-- the US and South Korea from February 14. In India, pre-booking will begin from February 12 (Wednesday).

Posted By: James Kuanal