We're just a few days from seeing Samsung officially introduce the Galaxy Z Flip, but before then, the rumor mill is churning out some more images and video of Samsung's next foldable.
First up, a brief video has surfaced on YouTube that shows a Galaxy Z Flip being unfolded and then folded up. We get to see the tall foldable screen again — which is rumored to be a 6.7-inch panel with 22:9 aspect ratio — along with its hole-punch camera up top and a crease in the middle.
The Galaxy Z Flip is then closed and we're shown the small outer display that shows the time, date, and battery level as well as the dual rear camera setup.
There's a reflective Samsung logo on the outside part of the hinge, too, and a USB-C charging port on the bottom of the Z Flip.
Meanwhile, some photos of the Galaxy Z Flip have emerged that give us another good look at Samsung's next foldable in the flesh. There's not a ton of new info to be found in the images shared by Engadget, but we do get to see the Z Flip unlocked with its notification shade pulled down and its navigation buttons shown.
Samsung will announce the Galaxy Z Flip alongside the Galaxy S20 on February 11th.