Samsung Accidentally Reveals Release Date for Galaxy Home Mini

Samsung Accidentally Reveals Release Date for Galaxy Home Mini

Samsung Accidentally Reveals Release Date for Galaxy Home Mini

Feast your eyes, folks. Today though, the first hands-on video of it has surfaced showing it in the Mirror Purple colour, the small outer display, a dual rear camera setup and a full screen hole punch display (with thicker bezels than normal for a Samsung device).

Unless you've been living under a rock, you'd know that Samsung is planning a Galaxy Fold successor and it won't be called Galaxy Z Flip, as the latter is a different smartphone that will be released on February 11 this year. The video was posted to Twitter by Ben Geskin, who has a long history of leaking accurate information about upcoming smartphones.

Samsung's newest smartphone, and one that is likely to be among the hottest of 2020, has allegedly leaked in a video.

One of them was a 4GB internal storage space count that the Galaxy Watch Active 2 also retained in both Bluetooth-only and LTE-enabled variants. Again, that's in line with Galaxy Z Flip rumors, which predict a 1.1-inch screen big enough to show the time and possibly notifications.

The user opens up the device single handed without too much of an effort / stretch - and this user seems to have small hands. We've also included rumored new ... It was a quick 19-second video that shows us a squarish clamshell foldable phone that opens to a tall phone. Geskin doesn't identify where this video came from, but the look of the phone matches what we've heard so far about the Galaxy Z Flip. Initially we see the device closed with the status display off and twin camera /flash array towards the bottom edge of the phone, pointing towards us. It remains to be seen whether Samsung was able to work around this issue.

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