Mockup renders of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip look awesome

13 January 2020
They are based on teasers and leaks from the past.

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  • Aguila

I want one since long time ago

  • Anonymous

It looks cheap. sorry

oh god, i want one

Sst india, 15 Jan 2020Dear ,are you know the battery power of z flip ? I think 2250 ma... moreOkay luv? Maybe read the news feed next time?

  • just having a beer

Anonymous, 14 Jan 2020why 6,7"? It's still too huge...but ye, good concept. Imagine ho... moreYes, it would have small display, small everything including the battery. I would rather have this size of a device, than too small with not enough room for internals...

  • Oflife

Superb rendering, hope real one doesn't have a pin hole, I want a pure display, make the camera pop up please, few of us use a selfie camera often anyway.
Please Samsung include a compact S-Pen for drawing and taking notes. Form factor is ideal for an electronic notepad.

  • Anonymous

It's definitely a mockup. I wouldn't call it awesome though.

  • Sst india

Duck of death, 14 Jan 2020Indeed, if you ignore the fatal design failures on the Razr.... ... moreDear ,are you know the battery power of z flip ? I think 2250 mah! Why? there are one battery power is 900mah

  • Anonymous

Duck of death, 14 Jan 2020There's no way I'd pay a thousand bucks for a tiny 5.5" display ... moreThere's no way I'd pay a thousand bucks for a Massive 6.7" display phone. The fold will make this phone *shorter but fatter in a pocket than any mainstream smartphone out there. With a plus sized Galaxy Note screen. D:

As usual Sammy, copycat.

AFPB, 14 Jan 2020Is it just me or the Motorola RAZR is going to be slaughtered by... moreIt is just you.

  • Yee

Yet another stupid device with huge unnecessarily big screen.
More content? Look at the top of your current device screen and ask yourself if you can see whats on the bottom?
...exactly so why in the hell would anyone need more content displayed when we cannot see all of it anyways?!?!?!
It's like buying a super sporst car and drive it in traffic in London.
Million hp, max speed 10mph!

karoko, 14 Jan 2020Your statement is contradicting to what the technical detail is ... moreLook at the double hinge Samsung uses. That's how you avoid a crease while still making it possible to seal the device all around when closed. It's called engineering. Now, think on what happens if there is a wide gap on a folded display, when you carry it in a pocket or a handbag. Pens, keys, everything gets wedged inside the phone. Inside, where you're trying to protect a fragile plastic display....
The Razr design is DOA. Rushed from a random fan concept, the classic Chinese "innovation" methodology. No research, no afterthought.

  • AFPB

Is it just me or the Motorola RAZR is going to be slaughtered by Galaxy Z?
Timing, price, specs, design..

  • karoko

Duck of death, 14 Jan 2020Indeed, if you ignore the fatal design failures on the Razr.... ... moreYour statement is contradicting to what the technical detail is about.
The lack of attention to detail is with Samsung.
Motorola nailed, as all tech reviewers agreed.

The design flaw is with Samsung - folding the phone will definitely crease the display AND can dent/scratch it dust is left on top of it.
The rolling display at the bottom of the razr is negligible because it can only fit the plastic and not some other particle.
Not to mention the Razr avoids the creasing in the middle part.
It makes me wonder why no other BIG OEMs like Samsung or Huawei have thought of this. Their design engineers aren't as good as Motorola's.

  • Mewmew

karoko, 14 Jan 2020This leak makes the Moto Razr look more beautiful than ever. Th... moreThis! Motorola set the bar high when it comes to design.

karoko, 14 Jan 2020This leak makes the Moto Razr look more beautiful than ever. Th... moreIndeed, if you ignore the fatal design failures on the Razr....
Its gap, when closed, is a screen destroyer. The roll up feature will definitely scratch the plastic display at the bottom.
It looks nice, as a retro homage, but the lack of attention to details is the reason it didn't get beyond the announcement, I think.
The 1,600 buck price tag with midrange hardware is definitely a deal breaker.

  • Marvin

The positives of he flip phones was the fact that they actually "flipped". They action was fast and responsive. I don't see these "unfolding" phones capable of doing that without damaging the display.These are still way to fragile. The "feel" of these will be totally different(in a bad way) from flip phones.

Anonymous, 14 Jan 2020why 6,7"? It's still too huge...but ye, good concept. Imagine ho... moreThere's no way I'd pay a thousand bucks for a tiny 5.5" display phone. The fold will make this phone smaller in a pocket than any mainstream smartphone out there. With a plus sized Galaxy Note screen. \o/

  • Anonymous

Bye bye Razor