Look out Samsung: the Nubia Flip 5G is the cheapest foldable phone yet, and it has a bigger battery than the Galaxy Z Flip 5

The Nubia Flip 5G has been launched globally and is the cheapest foldable phone we’ve yet seen – however, UK and European details are strangely absent.

The Flip 5G was announced at MWC 2024 in February and was initially released in Japan on February 29 as the ZTE Libero Flip. It’s now launched at the price of 2,999 Yuan in China followed by its global release and US price of $499, which is roughly £400 / AU$764 for the 8GB/256 model.

At that price, the Nubia Flip undercuts the Motorola Razr 40, which was previously the cheapest foldable phone on sale in Western markets at £599 / $699 / AU$1,146.

However, despite the exact UK and EU price and launch date not being listed on Nubia’s website, when asked directly Nubia confirmed the Nubia Flip 5G will launch at the end of April 2024.

The Flip 5G is currently available for pre-order and will be going on sale on 24 April in the following countries: Australia, Chile, Egypt, Hong Kong SAR, Indonesia, Israel, Kuwait, Laos, Malaysia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, United States, and Vietnam.

Nubia Flip specifications 

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