Samsung Presents The Sophisticated Galaxy Z Flip Thom Browne Edition


Paving new paths into the future through pioneering technology has become synonymous with the Samsung brand. Merging two industries with a singular product, the South Korean multinational conglomerate proudly presents its latest endeavor – The Galaxy Z Flip Thom Browne Edition.

As the name suggests, Samsung’s latest smartphone presents a collaborative effort with American fashion designer, Thom Browne. Featuring colors reminiscent of Browne’s signature suiting, the brand new Galaxy Z comes complete with matching Galaxy Buds+, a Galaxy Watch Active 2 and a complimentary leather cover – packed neatly in a stylish cache, which opens up like a drawer and is made entirely out of eco-friendly materials with a Thom Browne-designed lining.

Boasting a 6.7-inch foldable display and a three-stop hinge, the Galaxy Z Flip Thom Browne Edition includes a 7nm, 64-bit octa-core processor, plus 8GB of ra, and 256GB of internal storage. Powered through a 3,300mAh battery, the phone is expected to go on sale this Valentine’s Day (14th February 2020), whilst a DC Comics Joker and Harley Quinn-themed version by Russian luxury tech company Caviar circulates the web with a $5,210 USD price tag.

Featuring each character on both front and back, the doppelganger phone is inspired by the classic Joker playing deck and enclosed in 999 gold using Double Electroplated technology. Decorated with embossed engraving in the form of card suits, Caviar’s version of the Galaxy Z Flip proves to be the more exclusive alternative, with only 54 pieces available for sale.

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