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T-Mobile confirms Samsung Galaxy Fold launch for April 25

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T-Mobile confirms Samsung Galaxy Fold launch for April 25
T-Mobile, not AT&T, is the first carrier to confirm the release of the Samsung Galaxy Fold, a controversial device that certainly doesn't come cheap. As Samsung pointed out two months ago, the Galaxy Fold will only be available in the United States through AT&T and T-Mobile, so Verizon and Sprint customers are being left out.

According to T-Mobile, Samsung Galaxy Fold will be available for purchase online starting April 25, but customers will also find it in select T-Mobile stores on April 26. In case you plan to buy one, you may want to know the Galaxy Fold will be available in Space Silver, with 512GB storage and 12GB RAM.

Unfortunately, T-Mobile doesn't mention anything about prices, but Samsung announced the Galaxy Fold will be available for purchase in the United States for $1,980. We doubt the Un-carrier will lower the outright price, but promotions to bring the phone's price down a bit are definitely not out of the question.

Obviously, Galaxy Fold's main selling points are the stunning 7.3-inch Infinity Flex display, along with the new form factor that gives users the flexibility to do more, such as fold it in half and swap from the folded 4.6-inch screen to the larger layout.

Even though T-Mobile is the first carrier to announce when exactly it will start selling the Samsung Galaxy Fold, we have no doubt that AT&T will offer the premium flagship around the same time, so stay tuned for more on the matter.

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