Official renders of Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip have been leaked over time, along with specifications. We know that the Z Flip is a part of Samsung’s venture into the Foldable phones market and unlike other Samsung designs, the phone has a clam shell design. Now the Galaxy Z Flip has passed through FCC revealing information about the phone’s compatible signal bands.
The list of bands includes support for all US carriers including CDMA legacy radios that Sprint devices still use. This is the SM-F700U and represents the US Unlocked variant of the Samsung Galaxy Flip. Here, we also have confirmation that it has NFC and will work with Samsung Pay’s MST (for simulating a magnetic strip card swipe.
Rumors that the release date of the Z Flip is set for February 14 have not yet been confirmed but Motorola’s Razr was initially supposed to launch on February 14, but its launch date was pushed back to February 18th.
Other reports have stated that the Galaxy Z Flip will run a Snapdragon 855+ chipset, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of onboard storage. There is a 6.7-inch foldable display with a tall 22:9 aspect ratio. A small 1.06-inch Super AMOLED display is found on the outside to check for notifications while the phone is closed.
There is a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, support for 15W fast charging via USB-C, and support for 9W Qi wireless charging. The outer display of the phone carries beside it dual 12MP cameras and an internal 10MP selfie camera.