Samsung has begun bringing One UI 3.1.1 to its older Galaxy Z phones. The update brings lots of changes to make foldable form factor phones more usable. The new Galaxy Z devices ship with this update.
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Samsung has permanently reduced the price of the Galaxy Z Flip 5G to $1,200 from $1,450 -- a price cut of $250. This is the same price that Samsung is also asking for the Galaxy S21 Ultra.
Samsung has suspended the rollout of Android 11-based One UI 3 rollout to older flagships like the S10 series and its foldable offerings due to reports of increased battery drain and app crashes.
Samsung's Galaxy Z Flip 5G is now available for pre-order. The phone normally costs $1,449.99, but a trade-in device can get you up to $650 of credits. Shipping will start on August 7.
Samsung has announced the 5G variant of the Galaxy Z Flip. The device is similar to its 4G sibling but comes with a powerful Snapdragon 865+ chipset and 5G connectivity, but it's more expensive.
The next Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event is set to be held on August 5. The event will be held virtually, and the firm is expected to unveil its Galaxy Note20 series, a new Galaxy Fold, and more.
Samsun's upcoming 5G capable Galaxy Z Flip has been listed on the Chinese certification body, TENAA, running an overclocked Snapdragon 865. The rear cameras have also seen some changes.
A new rumor suggests that the Galaxy Note20, Tab S7, Fold 2, and Z Flip 5G could launch with a Snapdragon 865+ chip. The SoC is still unreleased. The Exynos 992 might be offered for some regions.
Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Z Flip 5G version has appeared on the database of Bluetooth SIG, indicating an imminent debut. The device is also expected to be available on major U.S. network carriers.