Samsung has announced a new limited edition smartphone, the Galaxy Z Flip5 Retro, paying tribute to one of its influential flip phone models. The Flip5 Retro is inspired by the popular Samsung E700, featuring the same iconic indigo blue and silver colors.
One of the standout features of the Flip5 Retro is its nostalgic pixel graphics UI tweaks. The device also boasts a cityscape animation on its Flex Window cover screen, adding to its retro charm. Samsung has gone all out to recreate the feeling of using a classic flip phone with this limited edition release.
In addition to its unique design, the Galaxy Z Flip5 Retro comes bundled with special collector’s items. The package includes logos of both the Z Flip5 and the E700, Flipsuit cards with stickers of Samsung logos from past eras, and a collector card engraved with a unique serial number. Samsung aims to create an immersive experience for users who appreciate the brand’s history and want to relive the nostalgia of an iconic flip phone.
The limited edition Galaxy Z Flip5 Retro will first be available in South Korea starting from November 1. Shortly after, it will become available in the UK, France, Germany, Spain, and Australia from November 2. Samsung has opted for an exclusive distribution model, with the device only available for purchase through the company’s official website in these markets.
While Samsung has provided several details about the Flip5 Retro, pricing information has not been disclosed yet. Interested consumers will have to wait for further updates from the company regarding the cost of this nostalgic smartphone.
With its limited quantities and exclusive distribution, the Galaxy Z Flip5 Retro is expected to become a sought-after collector’s item for fans of the brand. The combination of classic design elements, pixel graphics, and unique collector’s items makes this limited edition device a must-have for tech enthusiasts and those who have an appreciation for Samsung’s rich history in the mobile industry.
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