Samsung introduced its next-generation foldable device, the Galaxy Z Flip, earlier this month. The new device launched along with the company’s new line of Galaxy S20 handsets.
Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip went on pre-orders shortly after the announcement, and the device was available for purchase even before the S20 line. And although the device costs a whopping $1,380, it went out of stock pretty quickly.
If you were planning to get a new Galaxy Z Flip, there’s some good news: the device is back in stock once again, meaning you can now purchase it now, as long as you have $1,380 to spend on a phone. The shipment dates for the device may vary significantly depending on what variant you want, as noted by Android Police.
The unlocked version of the device, for example, is expected to ship between March 13th-20th depending on what color you get, while the AT&T and Sprint variants ship by the 3rd of March. That’s if you get the device from Samsung’s official website.
And if you do decide to get it from Best Buy, you can get the unlocked model right now and get it shipped by March 4th.
It will be interesting to see how well Samsung is able to keep up the supply for its new phones, especially with the ongoing outbreak of coronavirus. The company was recently forced to shut down a factory in South Korea, and it’s likely that the supply chain could be affected by coronavirus in the near future.