Samsung is discontinuing sales of its current flexible flagship smartphone. So far this applies, apparently, only to the United States, but this is one of the most important markets for the Korean giant.
Samsung’s official website states that the Galaxy Z Fold2 is no longer available for purchase. This is clearly related to the upcoming announcement of a new model. True, interestingly, the original Galaxy Z Fold is still on sale, and more expensive than the second generation device. However, perhaps this is just a Samsung flaw.
The Galaxy Z Fold3 along with the Galaxy Z Flip3 are expected at the end of summer, so if you want to wander around such a device, it makes sense to wait a bit.
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