Samsung has unveiled its second foldable phone for the mass market today. The clamshell Galaxy Z Flip comes with a unique glass-covered 6.7-inch foldable display that can stay open at multiple angles, along with some software tricks Samsung has designed in partnership with Google and last year’s flagship specs. It’s got a lot to offer to prospective customers, but how much does it cost and when will you be able to pick one up?
Unlike the Galaxy S20 series, which will take nearly a month to hit retail shelves, the Galaxy Z Flip will go on sale in the US and South Korea on February 14, just three days from now. Samsung isn’t saying anything about exact dates for other markets, but if you’re interested in the device, you can check your local Samsung website to see when it will go on sale in your country.
As for the price tag, the Galaxy Z Flip will set you back by $1,349/€1500. For that price, you get a Snapdragon 855 chipset, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of non-expandable storage, a 12MP F1.8 Dual Pixel main rear camera, a 12MP ultra-wide rear camera, a 10MP selfie camera, a 3,300 mAh battery with 15W charging support, and Android 10 with One UI 2.1. Color options for the phone include Mirror Black and Mirror Black, with a Mirror Gold option to arrive later on.