The Bespoke Edition is based on the 256GB Galaxy Z Flip 3. It doesn’t have any hardware changes, but the main selling point is that it’s available in one of 49 color combinations. It’s built on order, and because of this, it costs a little bit extra.
It’s also not available everywhere the standard Galaxy Z Flip 3 is. Specifically, Samsung has released the Bespoke Edition only in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, South Korea, the UK, and the USA. Prices vary slightly by country, but the general rule is that the Bespoke Edition is a bit more expensive than the standard model.
The device can be customized at Samsung’s online shop when placing an order. And through the Bespoke Upgrade Care service, customers can replace their Galaxy Z Flip 3 panels after purchasing the device, for an additional fee. The frame is available in two colors, black or silver, but isn’t swappable.
At the moment, Samsung doesn’t seem to have any plans for releasing the Galaxy Z Flip 3 Bespoke Edition to other countries aside from the seven mentioned above. This could change at a later date, but even so, it probably won’t happen overnight. We’ll keep you posted.