Samsung Galaxy Z Flip first update brings February security patch

Models present Samsung Electronics Co.'s Galaxy Z Fold and Galaxy S20 smartphones at a store in Seoul on Feb. 12 2020

Models present Samsung Electronics Co.'s Galaxy Z Fold and Galaxy S20 smartphones at a store in Seoul on Feb. 12 2020

The blue and red colorways will most likely be announced later. The brand new Galaxy Z Flip unfolds into a regular all-screen smartphone that looks a lot like the Galaxy S20, but you can't do anything with it when it's folded. With the devices being available in-store on March 6.

Officially called Quick Share, the feature lets you transfer files between Samsung devices that support the feature, similarly to how Apple devices do the same thing with AirDrop. The S20 Plus and the S20 Ultra both have a 6.9-inch display.

Galaxy S20 Ultra will be the most premium Galaxy S20.

Talking about the Galaxy S20+ 5G, it features a slightly larger 6.7-inch WQHD+ Dynamic AMOLED with the same 20:9 aspect ratio.

On those huge attractive screens the phones will be displaying photos taken with the powerful cameras mounted.

Meanwhile, the Galaxy S20+ jumps up to, $1199. On the other hand, the S20 Plus and the S20 Ultra are equipped with one extra camera. It's a time-of-flight camera that measures depth for Augmented Reality applications.

The device is a collaboration between Samsung and Thom Browne and it will go up for pre-order from tomorrow, although Samsung has not revealed how much it will cost. Just to imagine ourselves such outstanding video quality for a phone is nearly frightening.

Not every carrier will get Samsung's new phone, so we're showing you how and where to buy the Galaxy Z Flip.

The Galaxy Z Flip, which bends in half vertically, is priced at 1.65 million won (US$1,395) in South Korea, roughly 700,000 won cheaper than the Galaxy Fold's launch price.

There is still no word on which manufacturers are bringing split-screen mode and to what phones, but the foldable form factor is clearly the one where it makes the most sense, news portal GSMArena reported on Wednesday.

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