Yesterday, April 15, Samsung officially opened pre-orders for the Galaxy Fold at AT&T. The Galaxy Fold is unlike any other smartphone available in the U.S. right now, featuring a unique folding design that allows it to transform from a phone to tablet in the blink of an eye.
In order to get your hands on such bleeding edge tech, however, it'll cost you a pretty penny. More specifically, $1,980 outright or $66/month over the course of 30 months through AT&T's financing plan.
Taking a look at the AC forums, it would appear that the high sticker price actually isn't stopping many people from being an early adopter.
What about you? Are you going to pre-order the Samsung Galaxy Fold?
AC Podcast 492: TikTok/WeChat Ban; LG Wing; Pixel 5s; PS5
Daniel and Jerry are joined by Alex Dobie and Joe Maring to make sense of the impending (at the time of recording) TikTok and WeChat bans in the U.S. The crew also preview the LG Wing and discuss Apple's recent Watch and iPad announcements in comparison to Android-compatible watches and the Galaxy Tab S7. Alex also reports on the rumored Pixel 5s. Plus, the next-gen consoles are coming...
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Foldable phones have come a long way in 18 months, and now with the Galaxy Z Fold 2, we have no major flaws, no shortchanged specs and no hurdles still to overcome. Now is the tipping point when foldables start to actually become worthy of your wallet.
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