We've already heard that this year's foldable smartphones from Samsung will be somewhat cheaper than the outgoing models and now more evidence piles up. A tweet with a tipster @FrontTron claims to have the exact pricing of the Flip3.
According to him the Galaxy Z Flip3 will be selling for $1,249, which is about $200 less than its predecessor when it launched. The report explicitly says it's about the 8GB/256GB memory variant but going by the previous release, there might not be any other options anyway.
$200 is a solid price cut and even if not quite the rumored 20% decrease it's a welcome sight in a market of ever-increasing prices. It's important to note that the tweet ends with a salt emoji suggesting that we should take this info with a grain of salt, so don't get your hopes too high just yet.
No one managed to produce a folding mechanism as good as theirs. Some people think it's worth the cost. I certainly do. But I always had the Note series and will stick to it for now...
A mid ranger with decent soc + folding. Samsung overprices the gimmick. At $600 it would make sense at $1200 it is a triple no (no-no-no).