Black Friday Sale: Awesome! Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 price cut from 95999 to 34999
Finally, the much-awaited day of the year - Black Friday - is here! To celebrate this shopping fest, Samsung has introduced its Black Friday sale on a wide range of products ranging from home appliances, and wearables to smartphones. Whether you want the premium Galaxy S22 series or the special Samsung Galaxy Z Fold and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3, you can find all kinds of deals here. Among such exciting deals, you can grab the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 with a massive Rs. 36000 off. To make the deal even sweeter, Samsung is offering amazing offers and exchange deal options to bring it down to an affordable level.
But should you buy this smartphone? Even after a year of launch, this Flip phone makes a good deal to buy at this affordable price. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 features a 6.7-inch AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate, which is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 5G chip. Talking about its camera, it comes with a 12MP dual camera setup at the back with. In front, you will get a 10MP selfie camera. The 3300mAh battery is the only downer here.
If you find this an interesting deal then check out this impressive deal on Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 during this Black Friday.
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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 price cut
Samsung is offering the Galaxy Z Flip 3 with a flat Rs. 36000 discount. Earlier, it was priced at Rs. 95999, but during the Black Friday Sale, you will be able to grab it at just Rs. 59999 for the variant with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage variant.
What else? Samsung is offering a massive discount of up to Rs. 25000 as a trade-in deal. That means while exchanging an old smartphone, you will be able to buy this foldable smartphone at just Rs. 34999 after the combination of the exchange deal and massive discount. However, you will need to provide the IMEI number and other necessary details of your old smartphone to know how much you can save on this Galaxy Z Flip 3.
Black Friday Facts
Why is it called Black Friday? The explanation behind the concept dates back to 1869, when the prices of gold plunged and created panic all over the security markets. It impacted the economy of the United States very badly. However, the modern Black Friday celebration started nearly 100 years later in Philadelphia.