Samsung is expected to launch its foldable smartphones in July 2021. The upcoming handsets are tipped to be launch as the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and the Galaxy Z Flip 3. We have already witnessed a series of leaks and rumours about the handset and it has also appeared on several certifications and benchmarking websites. Now in the latest report of SamMobile, it has been suggested that the upcoming foldable smartphones are not going to be expensive. According to the latest development, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 might be cheaper than the previous generation foldable phones.
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 Price Leak
According to an exclusive report from SamMobile, the Galaxy ZFold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 will be cheaper than the predecessor. It seems that the company is planning to break everyone’s perception that foldable smartphones are expensive. The Galaxy Z Flip was launched in 2020 with a price point of USD 1,380. The Galaxy Z Fold 2 was launched at USD 1,999. Earlier reports claimed that the successors will also be launched at the same price point.
However, the latest report from SamMobile might excite a lot of Samsung fans. According to the report, the upcoming smartphones are going to be 20 percent cheaper than their predecessor. Yes! You read it correctly, this means that the smartphone is going to be USD 400 cheaper than the current price with top-of-the-line features.
Further, the report suggests that the company might be implementing this strategy to encourage more people to switch to the next-generation smartphone. However, USD 1,600 Galaxy Z Fold 3 would still be expensive for some users who don’t have a budget for such expensive phones.
The report didn’t mention any specific pricing of the upcoming foldable smartphones, but the expected price drop seems to be promising for Samsung fans. However, do note that the company is yet to reveal anything about the price of the devices officially, so we recommend you take this information with a pinch of salt.
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