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Samsung plans to use Galaxy Z name on all future foldable phones

Samsung plans to use Galaxy Z name on all future foldable phones

Samsung first plunged into the manufacture of foldable smartphones previous year but the initial release was marred by some design flaws which the Korean company promptly fixed. India is not the only country without the 5G version of Samsung's latest flagship.

"With high public worries over the novel coronavirus, there seems to be no need to create a feeling of anxiety by insisting on holding large-scale launch ceremonies as in the past", an industry source said.

The three mobile carriers used to hold massive launch events for Samsung and Apple phones with sports stars or popular entertainers attending. According to reports, the Mirror Purple edition, extensively featured over Samsung's marketing campaigns, was the first to sell out, with all units being reserved in a little over five hours. It's smaller and cheaper than the Galaxy Fold and also comes with a few new wallpapers (thanks to YTechB).

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The firm has actually additionally made money from various other Korean movies consisting of "Extreme Job" as well as "Exit".

Samsung held an exclusive sale of a limited number of Galaxy Z Flip phones in its Digital Plaza stores in Seoul, prior to the official release of the phone (in Korea, pre-orders are supposed to start shipping tomorrow).

"Originally unveiled on February 11, the Galaxy Z Flip is Samsung's next-generation folding phone, featuring a 6.7" AMOLED display, 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, dual 12MP rear cameras and more, all in a unique vertically-folding design. Pre-orders in South Korea will be available between February 20 and 26.

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