Samsung Galaxy Fold goes on pre-order in Europe on April 26, available on May 3
Samsung's Galaxy Fold is making its world debut in the US and Korea on April 26. On the same day, the company will start taking pre-orders for the device in Europe - specifically in these 15 markets: the UK, France, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Spain, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Belgium, Netherlands, Austria, Poland, Romania, and Switzerland.
As expected, it will cost €2,000 in continental Europe. The price for the UK is £1,800. That's expensive for sure, but perhaps a small price to pay in order to hold the earliest available foldable smartphone from a big brand? Also keep in mind that all customers are getting a free pair of the new wireless Galaxy Buds, as well as a slim-design protective Kevlar case and one-year damage cover through Samsung Care+.
The phone will be offered in Martian Green, Astro Blue, Space Silver, and Cosmos Black. Yet if you order straight from Samsung's online store, you can also select a made-to-order custom color combo, by choosing a dark silver or gold hinge. In the UK, EE will offer the Galaxy Fold too, but just in Space Silver and Cosmos Black.
Like the S10 which is being launched in 4G with a 5G version to follow, I and you should expect a 5G version to follow By the time a 5G version arrives the 4G price will have dropped and the 5G version will launch at the same price as the 4...
- 07 Apr 2019
Man back in 2011 Kyocerra made Echo this was first foldable dual screen phone. Samsung galaxy fold was next since then. Both were impressive and impressing because everybody believed its something new. Meizu zero was impressive and failed. Th...
- 26 Mar 2019
rather wait for 2-5 years, for this tech to be more mature
- 26 Mar 2019