So Samsung did a great job in keeping its first foldable smartphone under wraps. We had absolutely zero ideas of what the Galaxy Fold looked like before the official unveiling. The same, though cannot be said for their second foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Z flip. 

We already saw the live images of the handset a few months ago and now we are getting a hands-on video of the handset nearly 9 days before the official unpacked event.

As you can see unlike the Galaxy Fold, this has a clamshell-like form factor that folds vertically. There was a lot of excitement as to just how Samsung has achieved this unique form factor and this video pretty much explains everything. When opened the phone appears to have a really long 22:9 aspect ratio which is even bigger than the Xperia 1 which has a 21:9 aspect ratio.

The main target audience for this handset is girls according to Samsung because they have short pockets and this is a perfect companion for their clothes which barely has space to keep anything.

That doesn't mean you can't buy this, this looks good, to be honest, and if you are into flip phones then this will be a perfect handset, provided you are willing to spend 1500 bucks for it.

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