- Samsung India announced that users can now pre-order upcoming phones.
- Users need to spend 2,000 rupees to book these devices, but they can get a smart tag for free.
- The reservation fee will be deducted from the equipment cost.
Samsung confirmed that it will showcase the new Galaxy Z Flip and Galaxy Z Fold phones at the Unpacked event on August 11, allowing users to pre-order these devices. Now, Samsung India has also opened reservations for mobile phones.
The South Korean company revealed that Indian consumers can pay 2,000 rupees (approximately US$27) from today (August 6) to pre-order new phones in the following ways Samsung’s online store Or Samsung Store app. Users who follow this route will get a smart tag for free, subtracting 2,000 rupees from the total asking price of the device.
Samsung recently opened pre-orders in the United States, offering an additional discount of $100 for your old phone, 12 months of Samsung Care Plus, and undisclosed pre-order discounts. You can view the U.S. reservation page and the Indian registration page through the buttons at the bottom of the page.
Otherwise, we expect this Korean company to release Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3. Both devices are rumored to provide a waterproof design, and Z Fold 3 is also expected to receive S Pen support.
The large foldable screen has also become the subject of today’s major leaks Win the futureThis trusted German technology media claims that Z Fold 3 will provide Snapdragon 888 SoC, 12GB RAM, 256GB to 512GB storage space and 4,400mAh battery. The device is also planned to be equipped with a triple 12MP rear camera system, a 10MP camera for smartphone screens, and a 4MP under-screen selfie camera for foldable displays.