Citing DigiTimes’s supply chain, Samsung is increasing production of the Galaxy Z Flip in light of better-than-expected sales in South Korea and international markets. Z Flip, which was sold in South Korea, the United States, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Russia, Singapore, France, Spain, Switzerland and the United Arab Emirates, has been snapped up, the report said.
Although the Galaxy Z Flip costs $1,380 in the U.S., a little more expensive than most traditional flagship smartphones, it’s still more than $100 cheaper than the collapsible Motorola Razr and more than $500 cheaper than Samsung’s original foldable Product, the Galaxy?
By late March, Galaxy Z Flip is expected to have 100,000 units in South Korea and is expected to reach 500,000 units in the global market, the report said. Sources predict that Z Flip shipments will reach between 2 million and 5 million units by the end of 2020. Even if the Galaxy Z Flip can grow rapidly in china, shipments are likely to exceed 5 million units by the end of the year.