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The report from the buyback price comparison service SellCell reveals that 58% more Samsung users have gotten rid of their old phones in the weeks that preceded the Feb 11 launch than the previous year.

Galaxy Z Flip is bold and stylish - designed for those who see cutting-edge technology as a way to express themselves.

We at Android Authority also tried our luck at scoring a Galaxy Z Flip in NY when sales opened last night. While we suspect Australia will see the Galaxy Z Flip as the year goes on, the USA and South Korea are the first places that get Samsung's second-gen folding phone.

Earlier this week Samsung unveiled their new lineup of smart phones, so if you've been holding off from getting a new phone, now may be the time.

As to what the price will be locally when the Galaxy Z Flip does launch, our best bet is that it should come in either around the same price as Motorola's $2699 Razr, or near that of Samsung's other folding phone, the $2999 Galaxy Fold.

While there likely won't be many noticeable advantages to having 12GB+ of memory compared to the typical 6-8GB found in most flagship smartphones, it does make the S20 series extremely future-proof. Samsung is often accused of throwing so many features in its phones without refining them first.

If you still want to get your hands on the Galaxy Z Flip, you can try buying it later today or in the next couple of days through the widget below. We're hoping Samsung will replenish stock, but you'll have to keep checking repeatedly lest stocks run out again.

The new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip folding smartphone is now available to buy and the handset costs £1300 in the United Kingdom, it comes in a choice of two colors, Mirror Purple and Mirror Black.

It comes with a 6.7-inch foldable main display and a 1.1-inch cover display on the front of the handset that allows users to check the time and notifications.