Samsung Galaxy Fold available for pre-order at AT&T, still costs $1,980

15 April 2019
No subsidies here, but you could sign up for a 30-month AT&T Next plan, if you don't want to pay the full price up front.

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Here in central europe 5G is still mystery and i dont see the point to buy 5G phone in next 2 years because i dont think 5G will spread so fast.
Even for 4G LTE it took several years to establish.
By the way huawei thing is much more practocal and looks a lot better.
But to be honest i rather wait for Moto Razr and what they will come up with.

  • Kibaikasu

While 5G might break out this year, it won't be more readily available until next year for a nationwide US deployment between all the major carriers. That means that I'll be replacing this phone if I buy it in a year if I want 5G connectivity. If this phone came out a year ago I would get it for the beastly specs alone, then I could at least claim to have used it for a good chunk of time and get good mileage out of it but if I'll be upgrading to a 5G phone next year then I'd rather wait. Still, it's different than the standard fare. If the Fold gets a 5G variant in the future I might change my mind.

  • Anonymous

Can't wait to watch Youtubers scratch, drop, bend and burn it.

  • Anonymous

Note7 owner, 16 Apr 2019Generation 3 would be much more practical. At this point it... moreThe folding screen will never be practical. It's durability will always be a weak point

Note7 owner, 16 Apr 2019Generation 3 would be much more practical. At this point it... moreAgreed. Granted, it's still really cool, but I'd rather pay for a regular flagship as there isn't much use for a tablet

$2000 to be Samsung's guinea pig? No thank you.

Generation 3 would be much more practical. At this point it's more of a novelty.