Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 2 will apparently cost the equivalent of $2,360 in the UK.

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Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Z Fold 2 during a Sept. 1 Unpacked livestream, but its UK branch seems to have revealed the most important detail a few days early. The second-generation foldable phone will cost £1,799 (around $2,360), according to Android Authority, which took a screenshot of the since-deleted version of the product page.

The UK site lists last year’s Samsung Galaxy Fold at £1,900 (around $2,500), so we may be looking at a lower price for the Z Fold 2, or it may just be a rebalancing due to exchange rate fluctuations. In the US, the first-gen Fold is $1,980 through AT&T. Note that listed prices in the UK include 20% tax, so an equivalent US price based on £1,799 would be around $1,970 — almost exactly the same as the Fold.

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The Galaxy Z Fold 2 listing also shows that 256GB will be the only storage option available. You’ll have a choice of mystic black and mystic bronze colors.

The company didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.

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