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Samsung Galaxy Fold reservations open in the US
« on: April 12, 2019, 06:16:34 AM »


Samsung today reminded us that the Galaxy Fold - its first foldable smartphone - is launching in the US this month. In consequence, this will become the very first truly foldable handset to be officially released stateside.

In addition to T-Mobile (which should start offering the handset online on April 25), AT&T will also carry the Samsung Galaxy Fold. Both AT&T and T-Mobile will sell the new device in stores starting April 26. Select Best Buy locations and Samsung Experience Stores will have the Galaxy Fold in stock, too.

Folks who want to make sure they get the chance to buy a Galaxy Fold (pictured above) will be able to register for the phone starting tomorrow, April 12. Registrations can be made only here at Samsung's official US website. According to Samsung, Galaxy Fold supplies "will be limited." Thus, if you have the money and the desire to get the handset, you should probably register for it as soon as Samsung's website allows this.

Back in February, when Samsung first announced the Galaxy Fold, it said that the handset would be priced at a whopping $1,980. Since then, there's been no update regarding the smartphone's price, so we assume that this is how much it'll cost when it finally goes on sale. At T-Mobile, the Galaxy Fold will come with a free carbon fiber case and free Galaxy Buds wireless earphones, and we're guessing that AT&T intends to offer similar freebies (though that remains to be confirmed).