Samsung Drops Price of Galaxy Z Fold2 5G by $200

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Samsung has lowered the price of the Galaxy Z Fold2 5G by $200 to $1,800. Shoppers can also save more by participating in a trade-in program or a recommendation code from someone who already owns the device or a Galaxy Z Flip 5G. The recommendation code lowers the price by another $100.

Referral codes can also be used for the Galaxy Z Flip 5G, which was reduced by $250 last February and is currently selling for $1,200.

Samsung will launch more foldable phones this year, so it’s an excellent marketing tactic to dispense with the latest models now.

Samsung, at an event last January, has also finally opened pre-orders for its SmartTag Plus. It announced the $40 Bluetooth tracker, which has ultra-broadband support for more accurate tracking, will ship on April 12.

For more information see the original story from Engadget.

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