Samsung announces trade-in opportunity for UAE Galaxy Z Series customers in partnership with Cartlow

Samsung announces trade-in opportunityfor UAE Galaxy Z Series customers in partnership with Cartlow

Customers can trade-in existing smartphones, wearables, or tablets from any brand and avail savings to acquire their Galaxy Z Fold3 or Galaxy Z Flip3 until December 31

Dubai, UAE – 14 September2021 – Samsung Gulf Electronics has announced the launch of an exclusive trade-in initiative for UAE consumers purchasing devices part of the all-new Galaxy Z Series. Available up to December 31st, 2021, Samsung enthusiasts nationwide can save as much as AED 3,200 when trading-in their existing smartphones, wearables, or tablets from any brand – presenting a valuable opportunity for those seeking to acquire the Galaxy Z Fold3 or Galaxy Z Flip3. The initiative is being held in collaboration withCartlow, the one-stop online shop, who will help ensure trade-ins are seamless and successful for all concerned parties.

Osman Albora, Senior Director – Mobile Division, Samsung Gulf Electronics, Samsung Gulf Electronics, said: “To honor the latest Galaxy Z Series’ market introduction and provide additional support and value to our consumers, we decided a trade-in program would be a welcome way to complement the widespread excitement and give back to those we serve.We are delighted to be working with our partners at Cartlow and look forward to ensuring everyone wishing to avail this opportunity will do so over the coming months.”

Operating under the theme ‘Trade in to unfold your world’, the trade-in initiative offers flexibility and empowerment for Samsung customers. In addition to potential savings, consumers can also exchange up to three old devices – including those with cracked screens – to purchase their new Galaxy Z Series smartphone.

Available through the, consumers in Dubai and Sharjah can simply make their Galaxy Z Series purchases online, visit and fill in and submit their details. When registered and received, a Cartlow partner will visit their homes, complete a doorstep evaluation, and provide payment instantly. Average trade-in times range between 3-4 days, while trade-in is also available for customers in other Emirates through Cartlow, who will arrange collection of devices being traded.

Customers can also visit Samsung’s brand shops to submit their devices for trade in, have them evaluated, and then complete purchases for their new smartphones with the value of their traded devices subtracted from the initial cost.

The Galaxy Z Series

Samsung continues its foldable device manufacturing leadership with refined operations and time-tested processes to create devices that remain reliable after years of use. The revolutionary Hideaway Hinge enables the devices to stay in place at different angles for innovative user experiences with Flex mode, and enhanced sweeper technology ensures dust and other particles stay out of the Hideaway Hinge while maintaining a slimmer design. The Galaxy Fold3 5G and Galaxy Z Flip3 5G also are equipped with the world’s first IPX8 water-resistance in a foldable device and the strongest aluminum on a smartphone to date, as well as a host of cutting-edge features that re-imagine work, watch, and play experiences.

Depending on their condition, devices being traded could be either a Grade A, B, C, or D. Customers can visit to check eligibility and ensure devices qualify.

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