The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is a folding phone referred to as a clamshell by the industry. When you are using it, it appears like a regular smartphone. But folds shut like a clam to become around half of the height it was previously. For instance, folded, the phone is twice as thick as when it is open. But if you want your phone to fold shut, that is a trade-off you’re going to have to make. Samsung is using a modern technique called ultra-thin glass to do this. That is a rare type of glass that is almost as versatile as the Samsung Galaxy Fold and Motorola Razr plastic OLED monitor that we used.
The best advantage of a foldable clamshell phone is that the phone is only half as tall when not in use. That means that it takes up less vertical space, is better secured, and relative to traditional smartphones can fit in narrower pockets and compartments. Provided that the Galaxy Z Flip has a comparatively wide 6.7-inch 21.9:9 display, the smaller form factor allows it to fit in more spaces.
With Z Flip, the applications will take on different dimensions. The Galaxy Z Flip UI (User Interface) has been specially developed for the device’s form factor. With our sophisticated sensor technologies, Galaxy Z Flip learns how to behave when folded and unfolded.
Yeah, a folding crease is present, but it is not quite apparent. It’s certainly there, and if you run your finger over the monitor, you will see it. Yet, when the screen is irradiated, it is impossible to see anything else from a few angles. If you are offended by the thought of the crease, you will have to wait. Almost every folding phone launched had a crease that is assumed to continue to be part of the folding phone experience for a while.
The Z Flip has a bigger battery of 3,300mAh, and a mobile phone that can get you through a full day is much easier to recommend. That said, if the S20 Ultra has a hulking 5,000mAh battery, I am more inclined to advise people to stick to the Samsung Galaxy S20 series if they don’t want anything as exclusive as the Z Flip.
There are three cameras in the Galaxy Z Flip; front, rear side, and rear ultra-wide. They all take excellent pictures, even though they do not meet the standard of the S20 cameras. Samsung’s new single-take feature, which takes a range of images and videos over 10 seconds at the same time, is also included in the Z Flip. And if it ends in many so-so shots along with a few keepers, it is useful.
When folded, you can take a selfie in seconds with the Galaxy Z Flip. To take better shots, double-click the power button and press the volume key. The cover screen of the Galaxy Z Flip will show you a preview immediately without even unfolding.
Samsung Z Flip Price Australia:
According to Samsung, Samsung Z Flip Price is:
From $41.64 /mo. over 36 months
36 months finance subject to approval, the total cart value must be $900 or more. Equal monthly payments, with a minimum of $25/mo. Excludes $99 annual fee. Final trade-in value is subject to devise condition2
$1,499.00 with trade-in
Price quoted posts trade-in discount and is based on trading in a Samsung Galaxy Fold SM-F900F in full working condition until 25 February 2021. The maximum trade-in amount eligible recipients may receive is up to $650 (which includes the additional $200).
Samsung Z Flip Price in Australia: AU$2,199
Samsung z Flip Specifications:
Screen size: 6.7 inches
Resolution: 1080×2636 pixels
Dimensions: 167.30 x 73.60 x 7.20mm
Processor: 2.95GHz octa-core, Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+
OS: Android 10
Storage: 256GB, Not allowed to extend
Front camera: 10MP (f/2.4, 1.22-micron)
Rear camera: 12MP (f/1.8, 1.4-micron) + 12MP (f/2.2, 1.12-micron)
Bluetooth: v 5.00
Wireless charging: Yes
Sensors: Face unlock, Fingerprint sensor, Compass/ Magnetometer, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Ambient light sensor, Gyroscope, Barometer.
Colors: Mirror Black, Mirror Purple, Mirror Gold
What is in the Samsung Z flip Box?
- Clear Cover
- Data Cable
- Earphones(USB Type-C) with sound by AKG
- USB connector
- Ejection Pin
- USB power adaptor
What are the reviews according to people?
- Fun, gadget-like feel
- Great build quality
- Good cameras
- Inferior battery life
- Slow charging
- Exterior smudges easily
- Pretty costly