We've known since last year that Samsung had a smartphone in the works, but now it appears we're getting our first peek at the forthcoming device, widely reported to be called the Galaxy Z Flip.
The first taste comes courtesy of mobile leaker and renderer Ben Geskin, who posted a brief video on Twitter on Sunday showing what appears to be the Z Flip. The 19-second clip shows the handset's folding process in action and offers a glimpse of its tiny outer AMOLED screen that acts as an external display when folded.
The Galaxy Z Flip is likely to go down in history as the first foldable phone to introduce an ultra-thin glass screen that bends in half, a design element that promises to fix nearly every problem that .
The Galaxy Flip is expected to be smaller than Samsung's Galaxy Fold from 2019 and rival the, which . It could unfold into a 6.7-inch screen, unlike the Galaxy Fold, which has a 7.3-inch screen that bends in half to open like a book.
The device is expected to be unveiled duringin San Francisco.
Samsung didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.