The Galaxy Z Flip seems to have exceeded Samsung’s sales expectations, at least in some parts of the world including the US. It remains to be seen if it’s going to manage to be as successful in India, but we’ll soon find out.

Today the Korean company officially introduced its second foldable smartphone in the subcontinent. Like elsewhere, there’s only one version of the Z Flip, with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. It’s priced at INR 1,09,999, which right now translates into $1,525 or €1,422.

That means it’s more expensive in India than in the US, but cheaper than in the EU….

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