This Leak Unveiled Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 Price

The year 2019 is going to end soon. This year was the toughest for Samsung when it comes to selling of devices and many failed test of Samsung Galaxy Fold. Even the marketing of Samsung devices this year was not worth it and Huawei performed better than Samsung which is quite an alarm for the company. Actually the first-ever Foldable phone by Samsung was not pleasing and prone to damage. After several fixes of preventing screen damage and five months delay, Galaxy Fold was only launched in Korea only. This time its Galaxy Fold 2 turn and only the time will tell how it will perform. Previously it was announced that Galaxy Fold 2 will be quite expensive around $2,000. People were not happy about the price as it is much costly than iPhone 11 Pro which is the best selling smartphone of the year. Now a new report has surfaced on the internet revealed that Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 Price will not be more than $1,000. In this way, the Korean tech giant will be able to move more foldable products in the market by gaining trust.

Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 Price is Reduced due to Clamshell Desing

According to a tech expert, this design is cheaper than the previous one due to various factors including a significant change in the design. According to sources Galaxy Fold 2 will have a clamshell design just like reborn Motorola Razr.

The clamshell design is the most preferable design for the foldable phone as it is prone to less breakage. As the overall all foldable area will be reduced in this device, the cost will also be reduced accordingly. So, in its home country, the Samsung new foldable phone will cost $840 approximately. However, in global markets, it will cost $1000, which is not bad.

Right now the company has not announced the launch date of the devices but it is expected to make its way to a world in Mobile World Congress 2020.

Also Read: Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 Launch in 2020- Another Lollipop for Fans

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.

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