Samsung could make a cheaper Galaxy Z Fold to bring foldables mainstream finally

What you need to know

  • Samsung is considering a cheaper Galaxy Z Fold 6 model this year, according to a report from The Elec. 
  • It would be the first time Samsung has considered an entry-level large foldable.
  • The move could come as Samsung faces greater competition from companies like Google and OnePlus. 

The days of Samsung’s only big-screen foldables costing nearly $2,000 might be coming to an end. The electronics company is exploring a cheaper Galaxy Z Fold 6 model that could be released this year, according to a report from The Elec. Samsung could be trying to replicate the success of its Galaxy Z Flip 5, which has been a hit at the $999 price point. 

“Samsung Electronics is considering developing an entry-level model for the new Galaxy Z Fold 6, a foldable phone that will be released in the second half of the year,”  the report states. “This is the first time Samsung Electronics has reviewed the development of an entry-level model for foldable phones.”

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