Samsung's Galaxy Z Fold 2 is now available to buy as of 18 September, after being unveiled on 5 August.

While February's Galaxy Z Flip was far more successful than the original Galaxy Fold, there was still an appetite for a full-sized phone that can also be a fully-functional tablet.

With the Galaxy Z Fold 2, Samsung aims to provide that. Notable upgrades from the original include an all-new design, complete with 6.2in phone display and tiny punch-hole notch when opened into a tablet. There are also some new colour options, while Samsung will hope it's much more durable than the fragile original.

How much does the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 cost?

There's only one configuration of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2, which costs £1,799/US$1,999. This gets you an impressive 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. 

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 open
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Where to buy the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 - stock is limited

Besides the Samsung website, where the devices have already gone out of stock, the company also confirmed all the new Galaxy products will also be available via 'select partners'. Right now, we can only see availability from Amazon and Carphone Warehouse.

We haven't found any other retailers or networks currently listing the Galaxy Z Fold 2 on their website in the UK, but we expect that should change soon.

In the US, customers can pick up the Galaxy Z Fold 2 from Best Buy, on AT&T or Verizon.

Check out our full guide to the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2