Per ZDNet sister site CNET, Samsung's short Academy Award ad showed the Galaxy Z Flip in action, taking a photo, and then being used to make a video call. The camera interface is on the bottom screen while the subject, captured by the front-facing screen, is on the top screen.
The ad suggests that the Galaxy Z Flip will come in at least purple and black.
Samsung also added a warning in the ad that users "may notice a crease at the center of the main screen, which is a natural characteristic of the screen", forewarning consumers that the new foldable will have a crease just like the Galaxy Fold's.
The Galaxy Z Flip, Samsung's second foldable, is likely to be less expensive than the $2,000 Galaxy Fold. Reports suggest Samsung will price the Galaxy Z Flip to compete with the $1,500 Razr.
Opened, the Galaxy Z Flip features a large 6.7-inch display. The rear of the phone features a 1.06-inch display that can be used to monitor incoming messages, or as a viewfinder for taking a picture with the phone still closed.
It's also expected to come with a dual rear-camera module and run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ processor.