Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Phone Review
The flip phone is making a comeback with Samsung’s new Galaxy Z Flip. Like ‘The Matrix’, it’s coming back with questionable results for a new generation that’s not quite sure what to make of it. Since previous attempts at a new flip phone have ended with mixed results, the Galaxy Z Flip will try again with its bigger screen, performance, cameras, and battery life all literally folded into your pocket. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip was released February 14, 2020 at an introductory price of $1,380.
⦁ Displays: Internal: 6.7-inch FHD+ Dynamic AMOLED; 2,636×1,080-pixels / External: 1.1-inch Super AMOLED; 300×112-pixels
⦁ Pixel Density: 425ppi (internal) / 303ppi (external)
⦁ Dimensions: Folded: 2.99 x 3.44 x 0.62 ~ 0.68 in / Unfolded: 2.99 x 6.59 x 0.27 ~0.28 in
⦁ Weight: 6.46 oz
⦁ Software: Android 10
⦁ Camera: 12-megapixel (wide-angle), 12-megapixel (ultra wide-angle)
⦁ Front-facing camera: 10-megapixel
⦁ Video Capture: 4K (HDR 10 Plus)
⦁ Processor: 64-bit octa-core
⦁ Storage: 256GB
⦁ RAM: 8GB
⦁ Battery: 3,200 mAh
⦁ Wireless Charging & ast charging
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- Great Performance
- Great Camera
- Smartphone feel when unfolded
- External screen is a bit useless
- Feels fragile
- Screen can be scratched easily
- Limited Flex Mode
There’s no denying that the flip phone is on the way back in 2020. The problem with comparing the Galaxy Z Flip to other flip phones is that there isn’t many to compare. If you want to be on the forefront the flip phone comeback, you should check this phone out. It has many of the features a great smartphone has now, but it could get damaged much easier.
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