Many users' hopes of a foldable phone at a Galaxy A54 price point are dashed, at least for the time being.
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In recent weeks, a ghost haunted Europe, specifically the ghost that Samsung was going to launch a mid-range foldable in 2024 to bring foldable phones to every pocket.
However, the company with the three stars has hastened to deny this rumor, categorically denying any plans to launch a mid-range foldable phone, keeping it only for premium segment smartphones.
Foldable technology remains expensive, and until it becomes more popular, it will not be possible to lower the manufacturing costs of a foldable.
The news placed a new foldable segment in a price range of €500 to €600, something like a Flip FE version that, it seems, will never see the light of day.
While it was news that one wanted to believe, the truth is that the manufacturing of a foldable phone still represents a significant investment for manufacturers, even for Samsung, no matter how well they are doing in this product range.
However, Samsung Electronics is not categorical in denying that this could happen in the future. They specify that currently there are affordable alternatives, such as discounts on the Flip 5 or an earlier version like the Flip 4, which still has a long way to go.