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Samsung Launches Foldable Galaxy Z Flip In Australia

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Samsung has announced that the fashionable and innovative Galaxy Z Flip will be retailing in Australia for $2199.

Customers will be able to pre-order the foldable smartphone from the 20th of March at Samsung Experience stores, Optus, Vodafone, JB Hi-Fi and Harvey Norman, or purchase it from the aforementioned suppliers or Telstra from the 3rd of April.

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The smartphone’s most notable feature is its ‘flip’ capability, which can unfold into bright 6.7-inch AMOLED touchscreen display (with 21.9:9 ratio), or fold down into a stylish, more compact size. You can also view notifications or answer calls without having to unflip the phone.

It offers a wide range of capabilities when it’s mid-fold as well. For instance, the flex mode will automatically split the screens into two 4-inch screens so that you can easily view images and video on the top half of the display and control them on the bottom half.

In addition, the Galaxy Z Flip can be its own stand for selfies or video calls. The 10MP selfie camera has an 80° lens, while the rear dual camera has a 12MP ultra-wide camera (123°) and a 12MP 78° camera with HDR10+ recording, optical image stabilisation and 8x digital zoom.

With 8GB RAM and 256GB internal storage, giving it the capacity to allow for seamless multi-tasking using the Multi-Active Window (simply drag and drop the apps that you want to use).

One of our favourite features is the fingerprint sensor which transforms into a scroll wheel.

Samsung has said that Galaxy Z Flip users will get access to a four-month free trial of YouTube Premium.

The Galaxy Z Flip is likely to sell will in Australia, in line with its reception in the US. “The Galaxy Z Flip has been a success globally since its unveiling at Samsung Unpacked in San Francisco last month. So much so, it has sold out in some markets due to the high demand,” Vice-President of IT and Mobile at Samsung Electronics Australia Garry McGregor said.

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