Leaks have made smartphone launches less exciting but never has a company scooped itself as openly as Samsung (this one even beats Google's Pixel 4teasers).
The South Korean tech giant has aired an entire ad for the upcoming Galaxy Z Flip during the Oscars ceremony, revealing the phone's design and some key features ahead of the official launch on February 11.
The ad confirms most of the things we've known about the Z Flip like its clamshell-like folding design and punch-hole display on the inside.
However, the commercial reveals some new features as well. The phone will be able to sit on a table at a 90-degree angle for video calls, and the secondary display will even let you accept/reject calls in the closed position.
Samsung will confirm the specifications on February 11
Though we know a lot about the upcoming Samsung foldable, it is not all official at the moment. Leaks have suggested the Z Flip will feature a 6.7-inch full-HD+ AMOLED Infinity-O main internal display and a 1.06-inch (300x116 pixels) secondary screen.
It is also tipped to come with a 12MP dual camera on the outside and a 10MP camera for selfies and video calling.