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Samsung Z Flip 5G gets permanent price drop, foldable now costs as much as a Galaxy S21 Ultra

Samsung Z Flip 5G gets permanent price drop, foldable now costs as much as a Galaxy S21 Ultra

Samsung's Galaxy Z Flip 5G has just picked up a permanent price drop. When it launched last year as a slightly refreshed version of the original Z Flip, it came with a price bump to $1,450. But in the wake of the S21 series launch, Samsung cut its entry-level foldable's price down to "just" $1,200 in a permanent adjustment.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G on AT&T now receiving Android 11-based One UI 3 update

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G on AT&T now receiving Android 11-based One UI 3 update

Samsung has been testing its Android 11-based One UI 3.0 software for months, and now it looks like another device is beginning to receive its official stable channel update. Owners of the 5G-enabled Galaxy Z Flip might be getting an OTA treat just in time for the holidays.

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Google updates ARCore support list with 8 more phones

Google updates ARCore support list with 8 more phones

In late August, Google updated its list of devices that support ARCore with an addition of 28 new phones including Google's brand-new Pixel 4a, the LG Velvet 5G, Moto G8 Power Lite and G Pro, Vivo X50 and X50 Pro, and Samsung Galaxy A20, A20s, A30s, and Z Flip 5G, among a whole lot more. This time, the company's once again topped up the list with eight more.

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Samsung upgrades Galaxy Z Flip to 5G with the latest Snapdragon 865 Plus

Samsung upgrades Galaxy Z Flip to 5G with the latest Snapdragon 865 Plus

Samsung has just formally revealed a 5G-equipped successor to this winter's Galaxy Z Flip: The (obviously titled) Galaxy Z Flip 5G. Five months is a pretty fast turnaround for a sequel, but it brings the company's smallest foldable up to network parity with the Galaxy S20 as well as the upcoming Note20. In short, it's the same Galaxy Z Flip, but packing the latest internals and 5G support — sans mmWave.

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