Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip is the company’s second Android foldable, and it feels a lot more grown-up than the Galaxy Fold before it. Smaller, it unfolds to reveal a 6.7-inch AMOLED display. Now that’s protected by a piece of folding glass, however, which should leave it far more resilient.
On the outside there’s a tiny 1.1-inch touchscreen. It’s small, but it’s enough to frame selfies, show the time, and give a scrolling preview of messages and notifications. A fingerprint sensor is on the side, and there’s an octacore processor inside with 8GB of memory.
Dual cameras live on the outside, and a third camera inside. There’s also wireless charging for the 3,300 mAh battery, along with reverse Wireless PowerShare. It’ll not be cheap, though: $1,380.