Customize your Galaxy Z Flip 3 with Samsung’s new Bespoke Studio


Going into this announcement, we really had no clue what to expect from Samsung Galaxy Unpacked Part II. With rumors swirling around the supposed Galaxy S21 FE, that’s what we originally expected before those hopes were dashed by a few leakers with well-placed sources. Instead, this truly is an extended version of the Galaxy Unpacked event back in August.

Today, Samsung announced the Galaxy Z Flip 3 Bespoke Edition. This is a “special edition” of the Z Flip 3 that simply offers more customization options that weren’t available when the phone was originally released. The Z Flip 3 is already available in quite a few different color options, but the Bespoke Edition just turns things up a notch.

When using the Bespoke Design Studio, you’ll be provided with the ability to customize the frame in either Black or Silver, while using Blue, Yellow, Pink, White, or Black for the front and back glass. All-in-all, Samsung states you’ll be able to select from 49 different color combinations.

In addition to providing some pretty nifty customization options, those who opt for the Bespoke Edition will automatically be offered “Bespoke Upgrade Care”. With this, “owners can register to replace their device panel with new colors.” As expected, this is limited to just the front or back glass panels, and you won’t be able to swap your frame for a different color.

Once you’ve made your selection, your phone will be individually manufactured, and you’ll receive your device in “special edition packaging”. Samsung will even add a Bespoke Edition wallpaper and Cover Screen that will match the color combination that you created. Also included with the Bespoke Edition is 12 months of Samsung Care+, giving you a little bit of peace of mind if anything happens to your new foldable phone.

Those who are interested in getting one of these new Galaxy Z Flip 3 Bespoke Editions, can head over to the Samsung website today and start customizing. The devices are priced at $1,100 and will be shipping shortly after the orders are placed.


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