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New leaked poster of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, and it won’t include a 108MP camera

By Samuel Martinez January 20, 2020, 8:17 pm

We’re getting closer to the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip alongside the new Galaxy S20 series, and rumors don’t stop coming. Now, we have a new leak of an alleged poster of Samsung’s upcoming foldable device, and more information concerning its primary camera.

The latest leak of a promo poster for the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip shows us a dual-hinged device that can fold or unfold to form a “Z.” This may also be an image based on two devices with a clamshell design placed side by side, but folding in different directions to create the shape of the Z. More rumors also mention that this device would get a limited-edition blue, red and pink, to match Korean carrier colors, but we would also get black, white, and purple as color standards. Now, we also get information from Twitter, where Ishan Agarwal says that the camera in this device won’t be the latest 108MP sensor, but at least we get a new spec list.

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