Samsung launched the Galaxy Z Flip 5G in late July 2020 as a better version of the original Galaxy Z Flip with support for 5G connectivity and a newer chipset. Now, six months after its release, this foldable smartphone has received its first permanent price cut in the US.
The new price makes the Galaxy Z Flip 5G cheaper than the Galaxy Note20 Ultra. Also, it now costs the same as the all-new Galaxy S21 Ultra.
But unfortunately, the device can be only bought in either Mystic Bronze or Mystic Gray. The Mystic White color variant that was released in late November
That’s not all, interested customers can only buy this phone unlocked or via AT&T as other carrier variants are also marked as out of stock. Anyway, they can get up to $1,000 trade-in credit and opt for the Samsung Care+ plan.
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