Samsung Galaxy Z Flip (2020)

Set of dimensioned drawings of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip opened measured with height, width, depth, and resolution

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, also known by its secret moniker “Bloom” is a member of the Galaxy series of foldable phones, similar to the Galaxy Fold except that the Flip folds vertically instead of horizontally. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip was released on February 14th, 2020 after being revealed in an advertisement during the 2020 Academy Awards. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip features a hybrid glass coating, “Infinity Flex Display,” the first foldable phone to have a partially glass display (the rest have been entirely plastic), a dual back camera, and is offered in three colors and a special Thom Brown edition. A trailblazer for smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is a revolutionary design that does not skimp on advanced technology, as seen with its double battery integration, at price point of $1380.

Dimensioned drawings of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip closed with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip has height of 6.59” (167.3 mm), width of 2.9” (73.6 mm), depth of .28” (7.2 mm), and weighs 6.46 oz (183 g). When closed, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip has a height of 3.44" (87.4 mm) and depth of .68" (17.3 mm). The screen size is 6.7” (170 mm) diagonal with a resolution of 2636 x 1080 px at 425 ppi.


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6.59” | 167.3 mm
2.9” | 73.6 mm
.28” | 7.2 mm
Display Size:
6.7” | 170 mm
2636 x 1080 px; 425 ppi
6.46 oz | 183 g


Height: 3.44" | 87.4 mm

Depth: .68" | 17.3 mm

256 GB
February 14, 2020


Drawings include:
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip front elevation, back, side

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Samsung Galaxy Smartphones are premium smartphone devices that compete at the highest level against the Apple iPhone and Google Pixel. Samsung offers an array of smartphones to attract all types of consumers who would prefer a better camera rather than power, or productivity with a bigger screen.