Samsung Z 5G and Galaxy Z 2 are to be officially unveiled at the Galaxy Unpacked event on August 5. Since its predecessors are already quite expensive, people hope that the upgraded models will be at a premium. But according to a new report from South Korea And , The price of the two upcoming Samsung foldable phones will be the same as the first generation.

According to the report, the price of Galaxy Z Fold 2 is temporarily locked at $1,990 in the company’s domestic market. As for the Galaxy Z Flip 5G, the South Korean electronics giant reportedly set the retail price of its next clamshell foldable phone at US$1,370, roughly the same price as the first-generation Galaxy Z Flip that only supports 4G.

As for the , the Galaxy Z Fold 2 will borrow the hardware of the Galaxy 20 series, and according to the rendering, the cover display will be larger and the frame slimmer. When talking about the Galaxy Z Flip 5G, it is reported that it will be equipped with a new Snapdragon 865+ SoC and may advertise a new bronze gold surface.

READ  Qualcomm's new Bluetooth chip will power next-generation wireless earbuds