Seoul: An alleged video of Samsung's forthcoming foldable clamshell device, widely reported to be called the Galaxy Z Flip has surfaced online that gives a look into the phone.
With reports suggesting that the South Korean giant's next folding phone is likely to be announced this month, famous leakster Ben Geskin has posted a short clip purportedly showing the phone said to be called the Galaxy Z Flip, in action on Twitter.
It's not clear where the video originated from, The Verge reported on Sunday.
The footage doesn't show a great deal more than what we've already seen in leaked photos and renders -- we still can't tell whether the phone is using a new form of "ultra-thin glass" from Samsung.
But if you've been wondering how the Z Flip might work out in practice, it may well be of interest. The phone does look like it might be quite a bit easier to slip into a pocket or handbag than pretty much anything else out there -- except maybe Motorola's similar upcoming Razr, the report added.
Watch this Twitter Video here from Ben Geskin to understand how the phone works:
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip - First Hands On Video pic.twitter.com/4b8Uzt5kRB— Ben Geskin (@BenGeskin) February 2, 2020