Galaxy Z flip phone! More coming!

I am not a fan of phone cases, so a phone that folds up to protect the screen is something that really intrigues me. I worry though that I might be trading potential scratches from some frisky pocket-key action for an eventual line etched onto the screen where it folds. Or worse, an actual crack!

This doesn’t seem to be enough to worry potential buyers though, as they sold out in the first day! And such a quick restock too – it is almost as though they had more ready to go! The way I see it this phone has two things that really make it stand out, first is the ability to make your phone smaller in your pocket. Phones are getting huge, and I love a big screen, but I also love a small pocket footprint. Second, and perhaps this is more important, you gain the ability to flip your phone open with a flourish and say “Arm the photon torpedos” or “Bring me my alien love interest!” And that friends is something you can’t put a price on.

Full press release from Samsung below.

MISSISSAUGA, ON, March 5, 2020 /CNW/ – After selling out on its first day of sales, consumers eager to get their hands on the new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip are in luck as the device will officially be back in stock, in stores and online, March 6th in limited quantities.

“The demand for this device truly exceeded our expectations, and we’re pleased to release a new batch of Galaxy Z Flip devices to Canadians tomorrow,” says Jennifer Safruk, VP, Mobile Business, Samsung Electronics Canada.

The Galaxy Z Flip is created for those who see technology as a way to express themselves.  Designed for ultimate portability, Galaxy Z Flip folds into the size of a wallet, so you can easily fit it in your pocket or bag. For more information about Galaxy Z Flip, please visit

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