Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Galaxy Z Fold 6

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Galaxy Z Fold 6

The manufacturer has already launched the second half of the year with new Samsung devices even earlier than 2023. You can already pre-order the new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6, Galaxy Z Fold 6, Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 and Samsung Galaxy Watch Ultra. We have already taken a look at all the devices and have revealed our first impressions of the new devices in our short tests.

Buy Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Galaxy Z Fold 6

One of the highlights of the Unpacked event was the new Galaxy Z series, around the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Galaxy Z Fold 6. With some improvements and the promise of a significantly longer update, the smartphones are certainly intriguing. However, the supposed The best foldable smartphones are also exciting. Expect to pay at least $1,100 for the Galaxy Z Flip 6 and $1,900 for the Fold 6. Below you can find the suggested retail prices for all storage variants:

Prices of the new Galaxy Z series

Memory variant Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6
12 + 256GB $1,099.99 $1,899.99
12 + 512GB $1,219.99 $2,019.99
12 + 1TB $2,259.99

Pre-order Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Fold 6 without a contract

The new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 6 has a really good home screen. / © nextpit

If you want to pre-order one of the new Galaxy models, you can expect various pre-order bonuses. On the one hand, you can get more money if you send in an old smartphone as a trade-in device. You can also get twice the storage and a year of Samsung Care+ for free.

You can get the devices from various partners like Amazon or BestBuy, who will add their own bonuses that can save you a lot of money. Also note that some color variants are only available in the Samsung store. The largest memory variant of the Galaxy Z Fold 6 is also reserved for Samsung.

Along with the storage upgrade, Amazon is also throwing in a bonus gift card.

Pre-order new foldables by contract

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 6 comes with the usual design. / © Artem Sandler / nextpit

If you don’t want to spend more than $1,000 on a new smartphone, a plan deal is the way to go. The big three (AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile) offer you the new foldable phones at a plan of your choosing. However, since a detailed list of all the deals would be beyond the scope of this article, you can use the links below to see which deal appeals to you the most.

Samsung Galaxy Ring – no pre-order promotion?

The Samsung Galaxy Ring is also high on the “when will it be released” scale. Now the time has come, and the company has officially smart ring (buyer’s guide). This is the first smart ring from a major company. While the gadgets don’t replace smartwatches in terms of functionality, they’re still useful companions for the health-conscious. Integration into the Samsung Health ecosystem is what makes the Galaxy Ring so exciting.

Samsung Galaxy Ring expands Samsung Health ecosystem. / © nextpit

The smart ring therefore has a lot of potential. And the manufacturer is paying a lot of money for it. The $400 MSRP is significantly higher than other manufacturers like Oura. However, considering that Samsung has a large ecosystem here and the device doesn’t require a subscription, that price is completely justified.

When you wear the Galaxy Ring on your index finger, it won’t get in your way / © nextpit

The Samsung Galaxy Ring is not available in one size. Once you place your order, you will receive a “trial set” where you can test which size is right for you for 14 days, free of charge. Once you have decided, simply add the size to your order and you are ready to go. However, if you do not enter anything, the order will be cancelled.

The Galaxy Ring, which will be delivered starting July 24, comes in gold, silver and black color options.

New Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 and Watch Ultra on offer

For many of you, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 and Galaxy Watch Ultra should also be really exciting. Version 7 smartwatch (best list) includes a new BioActive sensor and is perfect for everyday use. The new Ultra, on the other hand, is designed primarily for extreme athletes thanks to its robust construction and numerous sensors.

You can see the design differences of the new Samsung Galaxy Watches here. / © nextpit

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 is available at different price points. You’ll pay $300 for the Bluetooth version with a 40mm case diameter, or $330 for the 44mm. The corresponding LTE versions will cost $350 for the smaller model and $380 for the 44mm smartwatch. There are also differences in colors: the 40mm version is available in cream and green, while the larger version comes in green and silver.

Multisport is one of the new features Samsung has added to the Ultra version. / © nextpit

The Galaxy Watch Ultra is only available in an LTE version, which Samsung charges $650 for. You can take advantage of various pre-order bonuses. All models have the option to take advantage of Advanced Trade-In and send in your old device, which reduces costs slightly in addition to the $50 discount. The Galaxy Watch 7 also comes with a free Fabric band, and the Galaxy Watch Ultra comes with a free Trail band.

Buy Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 and Galaxy Buds 3 Pro online

There was something for audiophiles at the big Unpacked event too: the new Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 and Galaxy Buds 3 Pro are here. The in-ear headphones (best list) come in the usual Samsung quality and stand out primarily in terms of performance. If you want to know more, you can read Artem’s Buds 3 (Pro) short review.

Samsung is charging $210 for the Galaxy Buds 3. The Pro version costs $280. ​​As a pre-order customer, you’ll get an instant discount and also get a free Clip Case with both versions.

When will new Samsung devices be released?

As previously reported in some places, Samsung plans to start shipping from July 24. There may be supply bottlenecks depending on which device you choose, but if the company sticks to its release date, you have two weeks to take advantage of various pre-order bonuses.

What do you think of the deals? Is there anything that excites you? Where will you be purchasing your new Samsung devices? Let us know in the comments!