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Samsung Galaxy Fold to go on sale in the US on September 27 at $1,980

After waiting for months, Samsung Galaxy Fold is finally here and it is newly revamped Galaxy Fold 2.0. After its relaunch on September 6, it was rolled out for sales in its home country South Korea followed by UK, Germany and other few countries on September 18. First-forward to September 27, Samsung will roll out the device officially in the United States at a price tag of $1,980.

According to a post, telecom carrier AT&T will be selling its AT&T version alongside Best Buy stores and all Samsung Experience Store locations across the country. Samsung will also sell unlocked variants of Samsung Galaxy Fold as well. Furthermore, the devices will be available at and for online orders as well starting at 12:01 am on September 26 (tomorrow) although you will have to visit a nearby location as said to get your hands on the device since you cannot get it home delivered with these services in place.

AT&T subscribers can order their devices at the same time as well and schedule an in-store pickup at their convenient time although customers who buy their handsets at AT&T Ready To Go which is available in limited locations, can their devices delivered at their location and most probably a Samsung rep will be available for any queries on the foldable device which could be a pointer on why Galaxy Fold isn’t available for home delivery.

Samsung has also started a program called Galaxy Fold Premier Service which is made to educate people on using their Samsung Galaxy Fold devices and how to use it. It further informs the users on all the support and guidance that they would need to know about the foldable device where they will get a video chat, dedicated phone number, and in-person appointment options available at your disposal.

Samsung Galaxy Fold faced tremendous backlash after a few review units that it distributed in May become a talking stack after it failed to impress the masses with issues with the flexible display and the hinges. Now, Samsung has improved the hinges and the overall display by fixing all the previous issues and will be available in the United States at $1,980.

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