Amazon viciously slashes Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 prices ahead of Fold 4 launch

The big day is ultimately just around the corner for die-hard Samsung fans who think foldables are the future (or even the present) of the mobile industry, but if all the pre-Unpacked leaks in the last… months have left you overwhelmed with the Fold 4 and Flip 4 upgrades, we might have the best possible news to bring you today.

Last years Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G, which is still undeniably one of the best phones out there, can be had with an incredible discount of up to 700 dollars with Absolutely no strings attached. This killer new deal from Amazon is smoking The most recent promotion from Best Buy, which required prior activation on certain mobile network operators, not to mention all those deeper-than-deep price cuts offered by Samsung itself with trade-ins of eligible devices.
The unlocked compatible 5G The Z Fold 3 powerhouse with a Snapdragon 888 processor under the hood is down $600 from a regular starting price of $1,799.99 with 256GB of internal storage and $700 from $1,899.99 in a 512GB configuration, making it easy to choose between the two models.

That’s right, you can currently get a 512GB variant for the same price as an “entry-level” 256GB device, although something tells us that Amazon might be running out of inventory for the version that usually gets more expensive quite quickly.

This special is extremely close to what Prime members could get for a limited time last month, and naturally, that condition is also out of the equation.

Reserve the Galaxy Z Fold 4 if you can resist the Z Fold 3

Given the popularity new foldable phones are likely to become, we wouldn’t be 100% sure that this type of discount already be offered for the Fold 4, so whether you’re excited or not Samsung’s “next big thing” we can certainly relate to if you also feel like you just can’t turn down this chance to pick up the Z Fold 3 at a genuinely reasonable price…all things considered.

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