It's not Samsung's first folding smartphone — that would be Galaxy Fold — nor is it the first to fold like an old Razr, as that would be... the new Motorola Razr. What Samsung's Galaxy Z Flip is, then, is the first in a new line of foldable gadgets. The exterior has a mirror-like finish, a 1.1-inch AMOLED display that's used for the time, date, battery status, and notifications, and both ultra-wide and wide-angle 12-megapixel cameras. Inside sits a 6.7-inch, 21.9:9 Dynamic AMOLED display protected by bendable Ultra Thin Glass. It runs a version of Android optimized for its unique form factor, allowing apps to display content on the "top" and controls on the "bottom" when opened like a laptop, enabling hands-free video chats, better low-light photography, and other unique usage scenarios. It will launch on February 14 in purple or black; for the fashion-minded, there will also be a Thom Browne edition that comes with custom-designed Galaxy Buds+ and Galaxy Watch Active2.