Grab the offer and be the one to have Samsung’s Galaxy foldable phone without depositing single penny

Samsung Galaxy foldable phone is not only a pioneer in the foldable screen phone domain but also a torch bearer for most brands. Its super cool futuristic design is incomparable to anyone and makes it second to none. Let’s start with

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 specifications and features.

You would be getting an improved and latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC which will offer better performance over the previous S22 series. It is powered by 3,700mAh that would be charged by 25W of battery.

Its latest One UI version 4.1.1 which is based on Android 12 gives it a plus point over previous models. On top of everything, this is its multifunctional feature that lets you open up to five applications in a flying window. But it becomes pointless with a portrait-long screen to work on multiple windows at a time so only one application can be operated at a time. This phone comes with a Flex mode feature that lets you open applications on the upper side and bottom half for the touchpad and shows control.

Here is the offer you can get with Verizon

As of now, it will cost you $999.99 and you can grab this at a discounted rate by exchanging your old phone. You can have it in zero amount by subscribing to the 36 monthly no-cost EMI option.


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