We already know a lot about the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 2. It has a larger external screen, an improved camera experience, 5G capacity and an edge-to-edge internal screen. But what we did not know was how much the phone would cost, which operators you could use it or when you could buy it ̵1; until now. Samsung says that the Galaxy Z Fold 2 will be released on September 18, and it will cost $ 1,999.99. You get it through Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile.
Pre-orders start on September 2 at 12:01 Eastern time. The phone comes in Mystic Bronze and Mystic Black, with 256 GB of storage and 12 GB of RAM. If you want to show off more style, you can get custom hinge colors in Metallic Silver, Metallic Gold, Metallic Red and Metallic Blue.
You can buy it through Samsung, Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile and choose retailers online. Samsung offers a trading program and of course benefits its own devices. If you buy the original Galaxy Fold or Galaxy Z Flip, you can get up to $ 800 to buy a new Galaxy Z Fold 2.
Anyone who buys a Galaxy Z Fold 2 automatically receives the Galaxy Z Premeire service, including one year of accidental coverage. Samsung will also sign you up for FoundersCard, an elegant membership that includes benefits at high-end hotels, shops and more.
You may want to save some money for Samsung Care +, a support and repair program in one. Subscribers receive dedicated phone or chat support, $ 29 screen repairs and additional accidental coverage. Samsung Care + gives you back $ 11.99 per month.
Still, the Samsung Z Galaxy Fold 2 at $ 1,999.99 is not cheap and the folds are not known for durability yet. Just like the original Fold, the Samsung Galaxy Z placed the Fold 2 so that it would look beautiful and be easy to love, but not so easy to buy.