As we wait for the official announcement of Samsung Galaxy Z Flip that is scheduled for February 11 in San Francisco, rumors continue to flow in every day that tries to convince us about what its main features would be.
As you know we told you about Samsung’s rumored Fold phone – possibly to be called the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, a few weeks ago will apparently have a clamshell-fold style that was seen in Motorola’s upcoming Razr and might have a glass screen.
Leaker Max Weinbach of XDA Developers who came up with some message on Twitter about the new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip shared a few more rumors about that glass screen on Twitter.
According to Weinbach, Samsung will use an OLED screen made of a type of glass that Samsung may call “Samsung Ultra-Thin Glass.”. It is made of a very thin layer of glass (with a fold in the middle) to protect a Dynamic AMOLED display.
The front display is 0.1″. You can use it to check charging speeds and battery info. It will also work as a view finder for the camera so you can use the better rear camera for selfies.
— Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) January 23, 2020
The upcoming foldable will have a crease in the middle, and this statement has been backed well enough with the leaked images of the phone that was found on Chinese social media.
Also according to Weinbach, the smaller screen accessible when the phone is closed (it should have a diagonal of an inch) can be used to see the battery status and charging speed or as a viewfinder for the camera.
Finally, according to Weinbach, among the other features of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip (to follow two new alleged photos of the device), there should be a sensor for the recognition of fingerprints of a capacitive type on the side of the body, a 12-megapixel dual camera ( with an ultra-wide sensor), fast charging at 15 W, support for charging wirelessly (even reverse).
Leaker Ice Universe also had a similar sort of opinion on this, saying that the phone would have “an ultra-thin glass cover,” Last month we got to know that Samsung has applied for a trademark for the term in Europe.