Samsung cuts $250 off the price of the Galaxy Z Flip 5G

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You can now buy the unlocked version of the foldable phone for $1,200 before trade-in incentives from Samsung's website.

Samsung has announced that it has permanently dropped the Galaxy Z Flip 5G's price by $250 in the US. It is expected to come with a Snapdragon 750G 5G chipset coupled with either a 6GB of 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of storage.

What we said of the Galaxy Z Flip (and by extension the 5G model) past year still stands today.

While the Galaxy S21 Ultra offers better performance in most areas, those who were itching to get an experience of owning a foldable device wouldn't have to spend higher than candybar smartphones. Android 11 (One UI 3.0) started rolling out to both the LTE and 5G versions of the Fold last month, according to SamMobile, and it would be a bit unusual for Samsung to drop support right after shipping a major update.

New Delhi, Samsung is all set to launch its next smartphone in the "F" series under ₹25,000 this month which will house the flagship Exynos processor and a huge 7000mAh battery, industry sources said on Wednesday.

In a recap of the leaked specs, the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G sports a 6.5-inch AMOLED display with an embedded fingerprint scanner. A punch hole selfie camera on the front and a quad camera setup on the rear.

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