At its Unpacked event last night, Samsung took the wraps off a device that many of us who have cared to follow the news in recent days already know too much about: the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip.
Other than being widely leaked in the days running up to its release this week, the Galaxy Z Flip, was publicly outed in a commercial during the Oscars.
Last night, it officially made its debut on the global stage.
If you’ve been eyeing the device and live in Kenya, here’s some good news: yes, it will be available locally.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip will go for a whopping Kshs 160,000 when it lands either next month or the month after (in April).
The device, which packs a 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED display that shrinks to a 1.1-inch Super AMOLED panel when it folds up, will be available in limited quantities, according to Samsung.
This is not surprising, though, as it is exactly what Samsung did last year when it availed the Samsung Galaxy Fold, the Korean company’s first foldable smartphone and which the Z Flip is succeeding. This is probably informed by the device’s steep pricing.