The unlocked Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G scores its biggest ever price cut0
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While Amazon sells the first 5G-enabled member of the snazzy Galaxy Z Flip family for "just" $250 less than usual in an unlocked 256GB storage variant, Microsoft will let you shave a whopping 400 bucks off the handset's regular $1,200 price with absolutely no strings attached.
Samsung permanently took $250 off, which means you're currently looking at spending a massive 650 bucks less for this foldable bad boy than back when the Snapdragon 865 powerhouse made its commercial debut.If that doesn't sound impressive enough, it's worth pointing out that the Z Flip 5G used to cost $1,450 in the US before
Keep in mind that you'll need to take your business to Microsoft's official eBay outlet store rather than the company's main US e-shop for a (limited) chance at a cheaper than ever Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G in your choice of bronze or gray colors.
countless recent deals on many different Samsung smartphones, smartwatches, and tablets, and as always, you're looking at brand-new, unused, unopened, and undamaged units here sold in their original packaging alongside a full US warranty.That's something bargain hunters may have started getting used to after
There are no restrictions as to where you can activate your deeply discounted unlocked Z Flip 5G, although if you're a Verizon fan, you should know that Big Red's blazing fast mmWave-based 5G Ultra Wideband network is not actually supported.
Galaxy Z Flip 5G is perhaps still not affordable enough to take on the best budget 5G phones available today, but thanks to its foldable 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED screen, decidedly eye-catching design, top-shelf aforementioned processor, and hefty 8GB RAM count, it's definitely a solid and unconventional alternative to the very best phones money can buy in 2021. At least until the Z Flip 3 and Z Flip Lite enter the picture, that is.At $799.99, the Samsung