With the release of the Galaxy Z Flip, Samsung set a new standard for luxury technology. It’s a beautiful piece of hardware, with one continuous screen even though there’s a fold in the middle. There is the matter of the Samsung flip phone price, which can give a nasty case of sticker shock. That’s how it goes, though – if you want something that’s super nice, it’s rare you can get it for cheap. So, read on to see our guide to see the price and some of our picks for the best Galaxy Z Flip deals. Bookmark this page if you’re waiting for a price drop as we’ll be sure to let you know. Inside the basic Galaxy Z Flip 4, there’s a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, eight gigabytes of RAM, and a gorgeous 1080 by 2640 super AMOLED screen to see all that power.
If you’re picking one up and want to test it out, check out our guide to the best mobile games to push it to its limits.
Now, here’s everything you need to know about the prices of all Samsung flip phones.
How much is the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4?
The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip starts at $999 (£949) for 128GB storage, but you can double that for $1049 (£999) to get 256GB. You can pre-order it on Samsung’s website. The previous model is regularly discounted, even more so now that the new model has been announced, so keep your eyes peeled.
How much is the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4?
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 starts at $1,799 (£1,599) for 256GB of storage, or double that to 512GB for $1,899 (£1,699). You can pre-order it on Samsung’s website. Since the new model has been announced, discounts for the previous model are likely to pop up, so keep an eye out.
Where can I buy Samsung flip phones?
The Galaxy Z Flip and Fold are sold just about anywhere you’d normally buy your phone. Whether that’s through a carrier, via Amazon, or direct from Samsung themselves (although that’s not the best way to get a good deal). Check out our recommendations or do some hunting of your own and you’re sure to find a good deal.
That’s all the info we’ve got on the Samsung flip phone price. For some more tasty technology, check out our Asus ROG 5s review to see how a gaming-focused phone stands up to rigorous testing.