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South Korea's Samsung has announced a new folding smartphone, the Galaxy Z Flip 5G.
The Galaxy Z Flip 5G is the equivalent of the 5G-capable version of the Galaxy Z Flip folding smartphone that was announced in February this year. By folding the 6.7-inch display on the body, you can carry it compactly. It also has a 1.1-inch display on the outside of the body for notifications.
The processor has been revamped with the latest Snapdragon 865 Plus, which provides a significant performance improvement. The number of camera pixels, RAM and battery capacity are the same as in the previous model.
In terms of software, the Galaxy Z Flip 5G has improved the "Flex mode" which makes it easier to browse YouTube and control the camera, as well as the multi-window multitasking feature.
The Galaxy Z Flip 5G will be available in Mystic Grey and Mystic Bronze colors. It will be priced at $1,449.99 and will be available in retail stores and online starting August 7. Samsung is also expected to unveil the Galaxy Z Flip2 (tentative name), a side-by-side smartphone, at an event on August 5, and we'll be watching for the evolution of this one.
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