More than halfway through the Itaewon Class finale, Park Sae-Royi (Park Seo-Joon) receives a call from Oh Soo-Ah (Kwon Nara). To take her call, he does something that we haven’t seen in a decade or so—he unfolds a flip phone. Soo-Ah uses the same model, but hers comes in metallic pink. "Live happily," she tells him before they end their call. The phone that both characters have is the new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, which can appear as both nostalgic and futuristic.
Aside from being a flip phone that can easily slide into your pocket, the Galaxy Z Flip boasts of covetable specs. It’s got a 6.7-inch full-screen infinity display and is made with an ultra thin, foldable glass.
It can prop itself up because of this design, making it ideal for shooting TikToks, taking videos with the front camera, or making video calls. Speaking of the camera, the Galaxy Z Flip is equipped with an impressive one that takes stellar night shots with its two cameras, a 12-megapixel camera with wide and ultrawide lenses at the back, and a 10-megapixel selfie camera in front.
Another useful feature is its long battery life, all thanks to a dual-battery system. The upper part of the phone contains a 930 mAh battery, while the lower half has a 2370 mAh battery. These specs let the phone run for 11 to 12 hours after it’s fully charged.
The smartphone comes in two color options: Mirror Black and Mirror Purple, which Sae-Royi and Soo-Ah use respectively. It's currently available in stores at P79,990 (256 GB).
But another newsworthy feature is that Samsung collaborated with Thom Browne for a special edition of the Galazy Z Flip. It’s a sleek silver case that’s characterized by the designer brand’s signature colors. The limited edition set will also come with the new Galaxy Buds+, Galaxy Watch Active 2, and a leather case for the smartphone.
For more information, visit Samsung.com/ph