After numerous leaks and rumours, Samsung has officially unveiled the Galaxy Z Flip, it's new foldable smartphone. Unlike the previous Fold, this one features a clamshell design, and a display made of Ultra Thin Glass, as opposed to plastic. It houses a main 6.7-inch full-HD Dynamic AMOLED display, and a secondary 1.1-inch display on the outside as well, that shows quick notifications and call alerts. Samsung says it runs on a 7nm 8-core SoC along with 8GB of RAM, and sports a dual rear camera setup with two 12MP lenses. Powered by a 3,300 mAh battery, the Galaxy Z Flip will reportedly go on sale for $1,380 from the 14th of February, but in limited units and select markets. Pricing and availability for India, have not been announced yet.