Buy a Galaxy Z Fold 4 at Samsung today and get a Galaxy Watch 5 for just $50

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Watch 5 on orange background with don't miss text overlay
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Samsung has just posted one of its best Galaxy Z Fold 4 deals this week, with the option to bundle in a Galaxy Watch 5 for just $50 alongside the device.

In addition to this bundle saving on a smartwatch (which equates to $220 off), you can also get an exceptional trade-in rebate of up to $800 on the Galaxy Z Fold 4 itself - an huge saving that applies to both unlocked and carrier devices.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4: up to $800 off with a trade-in, plus Galaxy Watch 5 for $50 at Samsung

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4: up to $800 off with a trade-in, plus Galaxy Watch 5 for $50 at Samsung
Samsung is offering an outstanding bundle deal on the Galaxy Z Fold 4 right now, with the option to get a Galaxy Watch 5 for just $50 alongside this excellent foldable device. What makes this deal so great, apart from the fact the Galaxy Watch 5 is worth $280 by itself, is that this bundle is available in addition to the Samsung Store's great trade-in offer of up to $800. Put together, you're getting a ton of value here - over $1,000 in extra goodies and rebates, in fact.

Is the Galaxy Z Fold 4 the phone for you?

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4

(Image credit: Future)

Key features: Android OS, Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip, 50MP camera, 7.6-inch AMOLED internal display (120Hz), 6.2-inch AMOLED external display (120Hz), 4,400 mAh battery

Product launched: August 2022

Price history: The cheapest overall price for an unlocked Galaxy Z Fold 4 is currently found over at Amazon, which has the device retailing for a record-low of $1,399. Best Buy also has the device on sale for $1,299 right now, but you'll need to activate your device on a major carrier to get your saving via rebate. In context, the featured deal at Samsung may not seem like such a bargain, but it's the first chance we've had to bundle in a super-cheap Galaxy Watch 5 - and the option to trade in for an additional saving of up to $800 makes it the cheapest option outright for an unlocked device, if you're eligible.

Price comparison: Amazon: $1,399 | Best Buy: $1,299 | Target: $1,799

Reviews consensus: While most tech review sites remain slightly divided on the concept of foldable devices as a whole, it's generally agreed that the Galaxy Z Fold 4 is the best foldable device yet. Not only has Samsung smoothed out most of the glaring design issues that plagued the previous iterations, but it's also packed with cutting-edge components and features that make it an incredibly usable device.

TechRadar: ★★★★ | Toms Guide: ★★★★ | Android Central: ★★★★ | T3: ★★★★

Featured in TechRadar buyer's guide: Best Samsung Phones

Buy it if: You're curious about foldable devices, a power user, or someone who likes to work from a mobile device. The expansive dual-display of the Galaxy Z Fold 4 is a multi-taskers dream and also absolutely fantastic for watching content on the go.

Don't buy it if: You only need the basics or want the best possible camera available on a mobile device. The Galaxy Z Fold 4 is all about the maximalist display. Avid mobile photographers will be better serviced with the newer (and cheaper) Galaxy S23 Ultra.

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Alex Whitelock
Deals Editor

Alex is deals editor at TechRadar. With over three years of experience on-site and eight years working in e-commerce, Alex has made it his personal mission to share all his favorite tips, bargains, and deals with our readers here at TechRadar. At work, he specializes in computing, phones, and covering huge sales events like Black Friday and Amazon Prime Day. Outside of work, you'll find him indulging his keen love of photography and PC gaming, or down at the local climbing gym hanging off boulders far too difficult for his abilities. His editorial bylines also include contributions to T3 and GamesRadar.