At its arguably brief ‘Unpacked’ event today, Samsung announced the Galaxy Z Flip3 Bespoke Edition with a total of 49 possible colour combinations to complement users’ personalities and palette preferences.
With the Bespoke Edition, customers can get a Galaxy Z Flip3 in either a Black or Silver phone frame, and choose between shades of Blue, Yellow, Pink, White, or Black for the front and back colours.
The Galaxy Z Flip3 Bespoke Edition is designed to provide users with an even higher degree of User Experience (UX) customization, allowing them to better express themselves.
“Today’s customers are multi-faceted, and we believe their technology should reflect their unique lifestyles,” said Stephanie Choi, SVP & Head of Marketing of the Mobile Communications Business at Samsung Electronics. “Galaxy Z Flip3 Bespoke Edition opens new experiences for customers to reflect who they are, through the technology they use the most.”
The Galaxy Z Flip3 features a truly one-of-a-kind design, a 6.7″ FHD+ Dynamic AMOLED ‘Infinity Flex Display’ with a 120 Hz adaptive refresh rate, a 1.9″ Super AMOLED cover screen for use when it’s flipped closed, an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset, 5G connectivity, and a respectable camera setup.
To cater to its customers’ evolving style and taste, Samsung will now offer ‘Bespoke Upgrade Care’ exclusively for the Galaxy Z Flip3 Bespoke Edition.
Bespoke Upgrade Care subscribers will be able to get the colour of their Galaxy Z Flip3 Bespoke Edition changed whenever they want, by simply registering to replace their device panels with new colours at Samsung.com.
Samsung also announced the Galaxy Watch4 Bespoke Studio, where customers will be able to customize the Galaxy Watch4 series and choose between a variety of different Galaxy Watch4 colour options, sizes, and strap styles to create the watch that best suits them.
The Galaxy Z Flip3 Bespoke Edition and Galaxy Watch4 Bespoke Edition will be available in Korea, U.S., U.K., Germany, France, Canada, and Australia starting October 20th. Pricing is unknown at this point, but stay tuned for updates.