Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip seems to be popular with consumers, despite questions about durability. The South Korean electronics giant said on Wednesday that its online and offline channels were now sold out and that it planned to roll out again on Friday.
Imagetaken from Samsung’s official video
Previously, the company said the Galaxy Z Flip would open limited sales. However, according to numerous media reports, new machines for online retail channels such as Samsung’s official website, Best Buy and AT?amp;T are quickly sold out (delivered in 1 to 2 weeks).
While celebrating the South Korean electronics giant, there are still media outlets that want people to look down. Phandroid, for example, points out that despite this success, it is unlikely that the company will sell thousands of devices.
The reason is that many stores are not in stock at all, and there is little in stock. Earlier, South Korean sources said Samsung has so far produced only 500,000 Galaxy Z Flips.
However, from the current market response, the follow-up can add a lot of capacity. In terms of configuration, the Galaxy Z Flip features a 6.7-inch Infinity Flex display, complemented by proprietary bendable ultra-thin glass (UTG).
Samsung has developed a new Hideaway folding screen hinge for the machine, as well as an enhanced, customized user experience. However, the initial machine in the United States, Korea and other specific markets are available, optional mirror purple and mirror black two color schemes.
In the coming months, the Galaxy Z Flip is expected to be available in more markets, and in some areas it will offer mirror gold color matching options.