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The Galaxy Z Flip is FINALLY Officially Available in Malaysia! Discover its Uniquely Electrifying Features Here

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You’re in for a big treat! Keep your eyes peeled as the Galaxy Z Flip is officially available for purchase at the Samsung Malaysia E-store, Samsung Experience Stores and selected Samsung Authorised Partners* starting today.

 

Not only does it feature a first-of-its-kind glass display that folds into a compact and stylish form factor, the Galaxy Z Flip’s UX also makes it exciting for users to get the most out of the device. Let’s find out more:

 

The Galaxy Z Flip brings change to our everyday lives, making it more convenient and lightweight. Meet the future with every fold NOW! It is available at a recommended retail price of RM5,888 and comes in Mirror Purple, Mirror Gold and Mirror Black colours. For more information, please visit: https://www.samsung.com/my/smartphones/galaxy-z-flip/.

 
*The Galaxy Z Flip is available at senQ, Courts, Harvey Norman, Urban Republic, Lazada and Shopee.

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