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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G gets its first permanent price drop in the US

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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.

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The South Korean tech giant debuted the Galaxy Z Flip 5G for $1,449. Samsung’s second vertical foldable smart phone comes with a matte finish, Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+

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SoC, and 5G connectivity.

Half a year after its release, this handset’s price has been permanently dropped by $250. Hence, it is now listed at $1,199 on Samsung’s official website in the United States.

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

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is no longer in stock. And we don’t think it will ever come back as the company is expected to unveil the Galaxy Z Flip 3 in the near future.

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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