Samsung Galaxy Z Flip’s price gets cut by $250

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip's price gets cut by $250

Foldables are the future, or so “they” say, but one specific foldable now has a slightly higher chance of making it into some people’s present as well. That’s because Samsung has just decided to go with a permanent price cut for its Galaxy Z Flip in the US.

The device launched at $1,449, and can now be had for $1,199. This is not a limited time deal or anything like that, the phone simply has a new price from today going forward.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip's price gets cut by $250

Not just that, but if you buy from Samsung’s online store, you can apparently get the Z Flip for as low as $199.99 (that’s not a typo!), the (rather huge) caveat being you have to trade-in an eligible device. The list of these is small, you can only trade-in another Flip (but why would you) or an original Galaxy Fold to get that whopping $1,000 off. But, there are many other options with lower amounts, if the device you’re trading in is from Apple, Samsung, or Google.

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If you’re interested in making the jump into Foldland with the Galaxy Z Flip, don’t miss our in-depth review of the smartphone.

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