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It’s been over a year since the Galaxy Z Fold 4 first hit shelves, and it’s getting pretty tough to find this previous-gen Samsung foldable in stock. Most carriers and retailers have switched their focus over to the new Z Fold 5, which you can snag for as much as $1,000 off right now. Frankly, you’re much better off upgrading to the latest model — which is more advanced and affordable — but if you have your heart set on the 2022 Z Fold 4, we’ve rounded up the best (and only) ways to get your hands on one for less right now below. 

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The Z Fold 4 is powered by a Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 processor and backed by 12GB of RAM. Plus, the book-style foldable has been redesigned with a slimmer, more durable hinge and lighter overall weight. There’s a 6.2-inch outer AMOLED display and a 7.6-inch inner AMOLED display, both of which offer a 120Hz refresh rate. One huge upgrade comes in the camera department, with an array that now includes a 50-megapixel main camera, a 12-megapixel ultrawide camera and a 10-megapixel telephoto camera.

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What colors does the Galaxy Z Fold 4 come in?

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 is available in gray-green, phantom black and beige. There’s also a burgundy model that’s exclusive to Samsung’s online store. 

How much does the Galaxy Z Fold 4 cost?

At its full retail price, Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 4 starts at $1,800. That gets you the base spec 256GB variant. US pricing for each model is as follows: 

  • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 (256GB): $1,800
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 (512GB): $1,920
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 (1TB): $2,160

Be sure to check out all the Galaxy Z Fold 4 deals below for some ways to save on these retail prices.

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Best Galaxy Z Fold 4 deals

With a new Z Fold model officially available, deals on the previous-gen Z Fold 4 are starting to taper off. Below, we’ve rounded up the best Galaxy Z Fold 4 deals still available so you can take advantage of them before they’re gone. 

While Samsung is offering up to $990 off unlocked models of this previous-gen foldable with an eligible trade-in, the only device that will net you that much is the newer and more advanced Google Pixel Fold. Unless you’re looking to downgrade, chances are you’ll be getting a discount of around $200 with the trade-in of an older device from Apple, Google, Samsung and other brands. Plus, the unlocked 256GB model is completely sold out, so prices now start at $1,920 for the 512GB model — which is only available in burgundy.

However, both AT&T and Verizon customers will save $800 on select colors of the 512GB model — with no trade-in required — which drops the price down to just $1,120.

You can still find the Z Fold 4 in stock at Best Buy, where you can snag an unlocked model for $180 off, dropping the starting price down to $1,620. Plus, Best Buy has its own trade-in program where you can save even more in exchange for your old phone from Apple, Samsung and many other brands. And if you’re a Verizon customer, you can snag this previous-gen Samsung foldable for $700 off, which drops the price down to $1,099 or $30.55 per month for 36 months. Just note that there’s a pretty limited number of configurations still available 

Verizon isn’t offering any discounts on the Z Fold 4 itself, but you can save $170 on a Samsung Galaxy Watch, $400 on a Google Pixel Watch 2 and grab a free a Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 FE 5G when bundled with the purchase. Just note that you’ll need a new line of service for these devices to get the discount. Plus, Verizon customers who switch their existing number over from another carrier will get a free $200 gift card.

Like Samsung, Verizon is sold out of the 256GB model, so prices for this previous-gen foldable now start at $1,920 for the 512GB model, which is only available in phantom black. 

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