Pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip announced last week went live in India yesterday and the smartphone was out of stock within minutes in the country.
The Galaxy Z Flip is priced at INR109,999 ($1,530/€1,410) in India and was up for pre-booking through the company's official site and select retail stores across the country. Samsung didn't reveal how many units of the Z Flip were sold, but it did say that pre-bookings are on hold and will re-open soon.
Those who managed to pre-book the Galaxy Z Flip yesterday will start getting deliveries from February 26. Samsung is reported to accept pre-orders again from February 28, but we are awaiting official confirmation.
In the meantime, those who couldn't pre-order the Galaxy Z Flip yesterday can sign up here to get notified about the next pre-orders.
The Galaxy Z Flip is powered by the Snapdragon 855+ SoC and comes with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage. It sports a 6.7" foldable Dynamic AMOLED display of 2636x1080 pixel resolution and features three cameras - a 10MP snapper on the inside and two 12MP units on the outside.
You can read our hands-on review of the Galaxy Z Flip to learn more about it or watch the hands-on video linked below.
"nothing ground breaking"... that's a tough sell right there. the fact that it is foldable makes it groundbreaking. it is not the first in this form factor nor this folding configuration, but this is far more solid than all the other folding phones/t...
The Flip will sell way less than the Fold because at least the latter provides a bigger screen when it's unfolded. Either way, I'm not into folding devices because they're all so damage-prone.
Indians are "price-conscious" because they literally don't have a choice lol.