These are the best Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 deals in 2022

These are the best Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 deals in 2022

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 packs plenty of great features that make it a tempting purchase even at $1,799. It comes with a 7.6-inch main screen and a 6.2-inch cover screen, both of which support 120Hz refresh rates. In the camera department, you get two selfie cameras — a 10MP shooter on the outer screen and a 4MP under-display camera on the inside. The main triple camera setup at the back includes a 12MP ultra-wide lens, a 50MP wide-angle lens, and a 10MP telephoto lens with 3X optical zoom. It truly is a standout phone when it comes to the display and cameras. Now, if you’re wondering how to get your hands on this incredible device, then here’s a list of the best Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 (2022) deals currently available. Don’t forget to protect it with a case, too!

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Samsung.com

As you might’ve guessed, Samsung is indeed selling this device and it’s now available to purchase for those who are interested. Through Samsung.com, you get to choose between Graygreen, Beige, Phantom Black, and an exclusive Burgundy finish. The pre-order perks are not available for this device anymore, but you can still get some solid trade-in deals with Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T variants purchased from Samsung.com. You can also save up to 25-percent on a bundle that includes the new Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra.

Additionally, Samsung is also offering $200 off when you purchase the phone without trade-ins. This is a great way to save some money on this phone if you don’t necessarily have an older phone to exchange. Samsung is also known to offer some in-store credits for purchasing products from its website, so we suggest checking Samsung.com before visiting other retailers.

    Samsung is offering good trade-in deals along with some other perks for the Galaxy Z Fold 4.

Best Buy

Best Buy is carrying both the unlocked as well as carrier-locked variants of the Galaxy Z Fold 4! The device is available in all three colors and you can even pick the right storage variant for you as they’re all readily available. Best Buy isn’t offering a lot of perks for the Galaxy Z Fold 4 now, but you can still trade in your older device to save some money on your big purchase.

    Through Best Buy, you get to purchase the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and get some of your money back through an eligible trade-in.

Amazon

If Amazon is your retailer of choice, you can now buy the unlocked version of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 through it. This way, you can use the smartphone without committing to a particular carrier.

    Amazon seems to have the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 in stock right now. You can choose between two storage capacities and three finishes.

Walmart

Walmart is selling the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 in different color and storage capacity options. Though, the device will only work with an AT&T plan or a Verizon one — depending on the carrier you choose. On Walmart, you can buy either of the two variants through monthly installments.

    Walmart has the AT&T and Verizon versions of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4. The two editions are locked to the respective carriers' networks.

Best Galaxy Z Fold 4 Carrier deals

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Verizon

Verizon is also selling the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, and it’s offering some perks of its own. For starters, you get to pay through 36 monthly installments of $49 — if you’d rather not pay $1,799 on day one. Additionally, you can get up to $1,000 in Verizon credit with an eligible trade-in.

    If Verizon is your carrier of choice, it also is offering good trade in deals and installment payment options.

T-Mobile

T-Mobile is also selling the Galaxy Z Fold 4 in all three colors and two storage options. You can pay for it through $50 installments over the period of 36 months, but remember that the remaining balance on the device will become due if/when you cancel wireless service. Additionally, you can also trade in your older device to save more or get the Magenta MAX line to save $8,00 on your purchase.

    If T-Mobile is the carrier you depend on, it also is offering exclusive perks and the option to pay through installments.

AT&T

If AT&T is your go-to carrier, then you can buy the Galaxy Z Fold 4 today, too! You can pay through $50 monthly installments and claim some of your money back through trade-in credit.

    Through AT&T, you also get to buy the Galaxy Z Fold 4, assuming it's your carrier of choice.

Xfinity Mobile

Xfinity Mobile also has the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 up for grabs right now. You can pay in full or over the course of 24 months. Though, it’s only available in two colors

    Xfinity Mobile is selling the Galaxy Z Fold 4 in two colors and two storage capacities. You can pay through installments or in full.

Spectrum Mobile

Spectrum Mobile is also an option if you want to buy a carrier-locked unit of the Galaxy Z Fold 4. You can get up to $500 back through an eligible trade-in, which is a good way to save some money on your purchase. Similar to other carriers and retailers, you get to choose between three finishes and pay through monthly installments.

    You can get a Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 through Spectrum Mobile and save on your purchase through a trade-in.

US Cellular

Similar to other retailers and carriers, US Cellular is offering the Galaxy Z Fold 4 in three colors. There are no trade-in options to be seen but you can choose to pay through monthly installments with an eligible plan if you don’t want to pay the full price upfront.

    US Cellular is offering the Galaxy Z Fold 4 in all three color options and two storage variants.

We will update the list of Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 deals once we spot more listings. If one of the currently-listed deals grabs your attention, claim it before it’s gone. Additionally, if you wait too long, you might face shipping delays — as the supplies start running out.

Will you be buying this foldable smartphone? Why or why not? Let us know in the comments section below.

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Karthik Iyer
Karthik Iyer

Karthik covers PC hardware for XDA Computing. When not at work, you will find him yelling at his monitors while playing video games.

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