Samsung is blasting into 2021 with a huge saving on its beloved foldable when you cash-in your old device

Samsung is blasting into 2021 with a huge saving on its beloved foldable when you cash-in your old device

Samsung Galaxy Z FOLD 2 shop online
Samsung Galaxy Z FOLD 2 shop online

Feeling blue in January? Frustrated with the console supply shortages? Well, fortunately, the Samsung cavalry is arriving to usher in the new year by spoiling users with a tantalising offer on the Galaxy Z Fold 2. 

BY LUKE WILSON https://www.t3.com/

If the Galaxy Z Flip and the Galaxy Fold get your seal of approval, then the Z Fold 2 probably caught your attention as well. Now, owning the device has just become a whole lot cheaper for customers in the US. 

It must be seen to be believed, but sakitech has tweeted that Samsung is dishing out $800 credit in exchange for trading in the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Note 10, and S10 series devices if they’re used against the purchase of the Galaxy Z Fold 2.

So, while this offer lasts, you can bag yourself a Galaxy Z Fold 2 for $400, which is a hugely generous reduction on the original $1200 price tag. Twitter users look to be swallowing up the offer; however, after sniffing about, it does seem that it is for US customers only with no mention of a similarly generous trade-in coupon for EU customers. 

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 oozes style and substance, and is a more grown-up evolution of the Galaxy Fold – it ticks all the boxes, apart from price. But with this major price cut, it’s hard to argue with the 6.2-inch phone-tablet hybrid.

It packs a serious set of specs, too: an adaptive 120Hz refresh rate, impressive ability to multitask and pair apps together to make the phone a productivity powerhouse, and a flex mode that lets you prop open the display for viewing at different angles.

There’s a strong case for justifying the Z Fold 2 at $1200, so at $400 it’s almost a no-brainer. At T3, we love inventive mobile technology and it gives users a chance to get in on the action ahead of an exciting year for mobile with the reported release of the LG slide that looks set to retool screen tech with a new rollable display. More

BY LUKE WILSON https://www.t3.com/