Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Flip 3 Price: The Galaxy Unpacked conference is schedule for August 11. And Samsung is going to likely unveil its new foldable smartphones during the event. Samsung will be launching the Galaxy Z Fold 3, Galaxy Flip 3 smartphones, and Galaxy Watch 4 at this event. Ahead of the event, the price of the Galaxy Z Fold3 and Flip3 has leaked in South Korea.
According to the report coming from South Korea, the price of the Galaxy Flip 3 starts at 1,200,000 won ($1,044). And this makes it cheaper than the Galaxy Z Flip2 with the starting price of 1,650,000 won ($1,435).
The report also stated that the price of the Galaxy Z Fold3 starts at 1,900,000 won ($1,652). Again, this is cheaper than the Galaxy Z Fold 2 with starting price of 2,398,000 won ($2,085).
Now going by the new price leaks above, the new Samsung Foldable smartphones is about 20% cheaper than the previous Samsung foldable smartphones – it’s a huge difference if the price turns out to be true.
Also, the Korean Tech giant will also be encouraging its customers to trade-in their old foldable smartphones and upgrade to the new foldable smartphones. This means the old Galaxy Z Fold and Flip phones will be getting really nice discount.
From the specs leak so far, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 will come with a 7.5-inch AMOLED display. And this is about 0.1-inch smaller than the Galaxy Z Fold2 7.6-inch display. This will make the new Fold 3 to be smaller in size.
Both foldable smartphones have since gotten FCC’s certification. From the listing, the model number of the Galaxy Flip 3 is “SM-F711U”. As for the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3, the model number is “SM-F926U”. The FCC listing also confirm that this device will support the S-Pen Stylus. A new report has also stated that it will support the S Pen Pro.
One major reason why most users avoid buying Samsung Galaxy smartphones is the price. Previous generations are very expensive and now that the price is been slashed by 20%, more users might actually buy the new models.
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