Samsung has a new folding phone in the works, and it may come out very soon. The rumored Galaxy Z Flip will reportedly be available on Feb. 14 for $1,400, according to XDA Developers' Max Weinbach on Monday.
Samsung has itsset for Feb. 11, at which it's expected to officially debut its next flagship phone, the , as well as a new foldable phone. The company typically takes a few weeks from a device's reveal before it goes on sale, but apparently isn't waiting as long this time around.
If the rumor is accurate, the Galaxy Z Flip also has a lower price point than its foldable predecessor. Thelaunched at $1,980 this past October, which was months after Samsung sent out to some reviewers and postponed the phone's initial launch.
Previous reports on the Z Flip suggest it will fold vertically, like a clamshell or old-school flip phone, and use a glass screen rather than a.
According to Weinbach, the Z Flip might be exclusive to AT&T, although there will be an unlocked version, which would be similar to the arrangement at the Fold's launch.
If Samsung does release a new foldable phone in February, it won't be alone. Motorola has itsset to come out on Feb. 6. Unlike the Z Flip, the Razr will fold horizontally, similar to the pre-smartphone version of the phone from the 2000s.
Samsung didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.
Originally published Jan. 27 at 12:21 p.m. PT.
Update at 12:38 p.m. PT: Adds background info.