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Samsung has partnered with Australian jeans brand Dr Denim to develop a pair of jeans specially designed for its latest flip phone, the Galaxy Z Flip3. Dubbed the “Z Flip Pocket Denim,” the jeans cost $1,499 and feature a thigh pocket that is perfectly stitched to the phone’s dimensions. The Galaxy Z Flip3 is included in the price, but only 450 pairs will be available for sale.

From Samsung Australia:

Samsung has partnered with Dr Denim to do away with bulky, unfashionable pockets, debuting jeans designed to snugly fit the new Galaxy Z Flip3, a device which folds to approximately half the size of a standard flat phone. Gone are the days of large, rectangular pockets that you can’t help but fill to the brim, Samsung and Dr Denim are declaring small, square pockets that better frame the legs the next big trend.

The perfect partner to a stylish, folding phone is a pair of equally stylish jeans that fit it perfectly, ensuring fashion lovers can have both style and practicality with a phone that perfectly fits into jeans without sticking out!

Hayley Walton, Head of Brand Marketing, Samsung Mobile, said, “Smartphones are often not pocket friendly, so we’ve leveraged Dr Denim’s style credentials to design jeans that shake up the pocket norm and perfectly fit our compact Galaxy Z Flip3. Our Galaxy Z Flip3 users expect the very best in design and pocketability, and what better to accompany our premium phones than the perfect pair of bespoke jeans.”

Samsung announced the Galaxy Z Flip3 5G alongside its bigger and more expensive complement, the Galaxy Z Fold3 5G, in August. The Galaxy Z Flip3 5G features a space-saving clamshell design and a cover screen that allows users to see notifications and messages without unfolding the device.

Source: Samsung

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13 Comments

  1. This stupidity confirms that Samsung has depleted their gadget vision and now, they are just throwing snitz and watching what sticks.

    How the mighty has fallen. Sad!

  2. I have no words for this product. It makes me sad for humanity.

    I fully expected this to be SNL-level satire, or an April 1 joke.

  3. [QUOTE=”Grimlakin, post: 43333, member: 215″]
    Wow.. 1500 dollars for a pair of jeans even with a phone pocket is just stupid.
    [/QUOTE]

    [QUOTE=”Burticus, post: 43343, member: 297″]
    Does it come with the phone?
    [/QUOTE]
    Yes, it comes with the phone. But that does nothing to restore my faith in humanity

  4. Clearly none of you read the article.

    1. The phone, which retails for around $1000 is included.
    2. Only 450 of these will be available.

    This is purely marketing to get people talking about their new phone.

    PS.
    It’s working.

  5. [QUOTE=”LeRoy_Blanchard, post: 43348, member: 137″]
    Clearly none of you read the article.

    1. The phone, which retails for around $1000 is included.
    2. Only 450 of these will be available.

    This is purely marketing to get people talking about their new phone.

    PS.
    It’s working.
    [/QUOTE]
    This also does not restore my faith in humanity.

    ps. That’s still $500 for a pair of jeans with a gimped pocket.

  6. [QUOTE=”Brian_B, post: 43349, member: 96″]
    This also does not restore my faith in humanity.

    ps. That’s still $500 for a pair of jeans with a gimped pocket.
    [/QUOTE]

    Clearly you don’t know how advertising works.

  7. [QUOTE=”LeRoy_Blanchard, post: 43350, member: 137″]
    Clearly you don’t know how advertising works.
    [/QUOTE]

    I’m surprised it works at all, honestly.

    There must be so many mindless sheep out there letting themselves be manipulated by advertising.

    I’m a bigger fan of products that sell themselves by virtue of their own excellence. Where reviews or word of mouth is all it takes

    Honestly, if you have to pay to send out manipulative messages in order to sell your product, you don’t deserve to sell your product.

  8. [QUOTE=”Zarathustra, post: 43351, member: 203″]
    I’m surprised it works at all, honestly.

    There must be so many mindless sheep out there letting themselves be manipulated by advertising.

    I’m a bigger fan of products that sell themselves by virtue of their own excellence. Where reviews or word of mouth is all it takes

    Honestly, if you have to pay to send out manipulative messages in order to sell your product, you don’t deserve to sell your product.
    [/QUOTE]

    Hear me out; I never heard of this phone until reading this article. Peaked my interest so I looked into it more.

    Sounds like it worked as it should.

  9. [QUOTE=”LeRoy_Blanchard, post: 43352, member: 137″]
    Hear me out; I never heard of this phone until reading this article. Peaked my interest so I looked into it more.

    Sounds like it worked as it should.
    [/QUOTE]
    I still don’t know what phone it is, other than Yet Another Samsung Somethingoranother.

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