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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4G (256GB) Mirror Black

Snapdragon 855+ (2.96 GHz, octa-core)
Full HD+ 2636 x 1080p
Brand New, SIM Free & Unlocked
£849.99 inc. VAT & Delivery


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Flip into the future Forget flip phones of the past. Featuring the world's first flexible glass AMOLED display, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is truly one-of-a-kind. Watching on the go? Even if you're on the bus to work, you'll get the full cinema experience as the Full HD+ display unfolds into a 22:9 screen. The compact design fits perfectly in your back pocket. And if you need to quickly read a message on the fly, you don't even need to unfold it. Whether it's calls, DMs or emails, the notification screen keeps you in the loop. Capture those important moments The Galaxy Z Flip 's dual 12 MP cameras take fantastic, high-quality photos - even in low-light. While the 10 MP front camera is great for stunning selfies and video calling your mates. Shaky hands won't ruin the photo. And you don't even need a tripod. The Free Stop Hinge design means you can sit the Galaxy Z Flip on a flat surface and angle it for the perfect shot. Stay charged, all day With a 3300 mAh battery, the  Galaxy Z Flip has loads of power, even if you use it non-stop for the entire day. You can watch shows online and use apps that would typically drain your battery, and you still won't have to worry about running out of power. Is your friend's phone out of juice? Share the love and give their battery a boost with wireless PowerShare.

SAMSUNG Galaxy Z Flip - 256 GB, Mirror Black

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