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Today's best deals come from Amazon and B&H, where you will find the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 UItra, Sony headphones, and more on sale
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We have been getting some insane deals over at Samsung.com since Monday, March 22. Samsung’s Discover Spring event has been shaving up to $800 on selected devices, but this event will be over at midnight, so this is your last chance to score savings on some of the company’s best products.
Deals started on Monday 22 with the locked variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. You received a $250 discount and $50 instant Samsung Credit to use towards accessories or anything you can find on the chaebol’s online store. Now, things get even better when you have an eligible device to trade-in, as you can get your new Note 20 Ultra for just $325 on Verizon and AT&T.
Tuesday let you grab a new LTE variant of the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 with 37 percent savings across every color option. This means that you could get a new Watch 3 for $220. However, you could also get the GPS-only variant for $140.
On the 24th, we got $600 off Samsung’s Air Dresser, which will do wonders for your clothes. This amazing home appliance will save you lots of time and trips to the dry cleaner since it will steam refresh and sanitize your wardrobe in no time. Now, if you missed out on the Wednesday deal, you can still manage to score $500 savings, meaning you can get yours for $999 if you head over to the online store right now.
Thursday and Friday brought us two excellent products, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ and the Crystal UHD Smart TV. The first one was getting a 50 percent discount, while the latter was getting $100 off its regular price. In other words, you could get a Galaxy Tab S7+ for $250 and the Crystal UHD Smart TV for $500 on its 55-inch model. However, you could also grab the vanilla Galaxy Tab S7 for just $50 if you’re more interested in content consumption.
Yesterday we saw the Samsung Jet 70 + Clean Station bundle getting a 50 percent discount, which let you grab both items for just $299, and today, the Samsung Galaxy S21+ is getting a massive discount, which leaves it available for just $100. The best part is that most of these deals are still live, and you can get these amazing products if you act fast.
The perfect combo to help you keep your house clean for longer is now available with 50 percent savings if you act fast.
Now, if these crazy savings and amazing products are already a great reason to buy, but wait, there’s more. Purchasing any of these devices, or any Samsung products for that matter, between March 22 and today, you will also enter a contest that will give you up to $5K. So, what are you waiting for? Hurry, you still have time!
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This may be the best moment to save big bucks on Samsung devices. The company is holding a weeklong Discover Spring event that will feature massive savings throughout the week. Each day we will get different devices with category level discounts and daily steels, so don’t miss out.
The first device to get this special treatment is the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, which lets you save $350 off its regular $1,300 price tag. Now, this may not seem like much, but you also get $50 instant credit to use towards accessories and other devices in Samsung’s online store. If you have an eligible device to trade-in, you can make the price of your new Note 20 Ultra drop down to $325, depending on the carrier you choose, since this deal is only good for the carrier-locked versions of the phone.
You can also get your new device unlocked for $750 with an eligible trade-in, but think about it, you can get a new Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra with 128GB of storage space for just $325. That’s an absolute steal.
The best part is that savings aren’t limited to just one device each day since you will also get up to 10 percent off when you purchase products from the Home Appliances, Mobile, and Monitors categories. Take a closer look, and you will also find intra and cross-category bundles that feature the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7, AirBuds Pro, and more. But to make it even more interesting, you can win up to $5k with the purchase of your new Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra or any other Samsung device.Buy Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
Samsung is holding a contest that will give ten lucky souls prizes for purchasing on Samsung.com between 3/22 – 3/28. The first prize will be 5K for one lucky customer, we will then have three second-place winners who will get $3k each, and six customers will get a third prize consisting of $1,000 each, which translates to $20k total prize money.
Suppose you need help to decide whether or not to go for a new Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. In that case, you can also take some time and watch our Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Review, or one of our latest comparisons, where we match it against the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, which is also getting some crazy discounts.
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The gap between Samsung’s Ultra flagships is diminishing as the Galaxy S21 Ultra gets an S-Pen-equipped cover. Till now, S-Pen was limited to the Note line-up but not anymore. Hence, the question arises, how is the latest Galaxy Note different from its latest Galaxy S counterpart? To answer this question, here’s a Galaxy S21 Ultra vs Galaxy Note 20 Ultra comparison.
Galaxy S21 Ultra vs Galaxy Note 20 Ultra: Specifications
|Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra||Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra|
Dynamic AMOLED 2X
WQHD + (3200 x 1440 pixels)
120Hz refresh rate
515 PPI pixel density
Dynamic AMOLED 2X
120Hz refresh rate
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 / Exynos 2100||Snapdragon 865+ / Exynos 990|
|Storage||128GB / 256GB / 512GB||128GB / 512GB|
10 MP telephoto
3x hybrid optical zoom
10 MP telephoto
10x hybrid optical zoom
(120 ̊ FOV, f/2.2)
(f/3.0 Laser AF)
5x optical zoom
50x super resolution zoom
|Video features||4K at 30/60 FPS|
8K at 30 FPS
FHD at 30/60/120 FPS
Slo-mo HD at 960 FPS
|4K at 30/60 FPS|
8K at 24 FPS
FHD at 30/60/240 FPS
Slo-mo HD at 960 FPS
|Weight||228 grams||211 grams|
|Dimensions||165.1×75.6×8.9 mm||164.8 x 77.2 x 8.1mm|
Design and Display
The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra features a 6.8-inch Infinity-O Dynamic AMOLED 2X display with a WQHD+ resolution of 3200 x 1440 pixels and 515 PPI pixel density. It supports a 120Hz refresh rate and is claimed to go up to 1600 nits peak brightness. The display is protected by the Gorilla Glass 7. It measures 151.7×71.2×7.9 mm, which is smaller and slightly thinner than the Note counterpart. Moreover, it is heavier at 228 grams.
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra measures 164.8 x 77.2 x 8.1mm and weighs 208 grams. The S-Pen on the other hand measures 5.8 × 4.35 × 105.08mm and weighs 3.04 grams. It is Bluetooth enabled and has a battery standby time of up to 24 hours. Like the Galaxy S21 Ultra, this phone is IP68 certified for dust and water resistance. It features a 6.9-inch edge Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLED display, which sports a punch-hole notch. It has a resolution of 3,088 x 1,440 at 496 PPI. Further, the smartphone comes with a 120Hz refresh rate and it is HDR10+ certified as well.
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra comes with an in-built slot for S-Pen unlike the Galaxy S21 Ultra, which houses its stylus in a separate cover.
Hardware and Battery
The Galaxy S21 Ultra is powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC with Qualcomm Kryo 680, which generates up to a 25% uplift in overall CPU performance and allows top frequencies of up to 2.84GHz. It is paired with Adreno 660 GPU that delivers up to 35% faster graphics rendering compared to the previous generation. It comes equipped with 12GB of RAM and 128GB / 256GB / 512GB storage options. There is a 5,000mAh battery powering the big phone.
The Galaxy Note20 Ultra is powered by last year’s second flagship chipset, the Snapdragon 865 Plus SoC, paired with an SD X55 modem. It comes equipped with 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 128GB / 512GB of internal storage, which can be expanded up to 1TB with the help of a microSD card. The device supports one Nano-SIM and one microSD card slot. The audio is managed by stereo speakers tuned by AKG. It packs a 4,500mAh battery with support for 25W wired fast charging. Further, it supports 15W wireless charging and 4.5W reverse wireless charging.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra sports a quad rear camera setup of 108MP primary (f/1.8, OIS) + 12MP ultra-wide (f/2.2, 120°) + 10MP telephoto (f/2.4, OIS) lens that supports 3x hybrid optical zoom + 10MP telephoto camera with an f/4.9 aperture and 10x hybrid zoom. The latest Samsung smartphone can shoot 4K at 30/60 FPS, 8K at 30 FPS, FHD at 30/60/120 FPS, and Slo-mo HD at 960 FPS.
The Galaxy Note20 Ultra sports a triple rear camera setup with laser autofocus. The primary lens is 108MP with an f/1.8 aperture. It supports PDAF and OIS. The second camera is 12MP ultra-wide-angle. It has a 120-degree field-of-view and 1.4μm pixel size. The third camera is a 12MP telephoto lens that has an f/3.0 aperture and 1.0μm pixel size. It comes with features like 5x optical zoom, up to 50x super-resolution zoom, and tracking AF. On the front lies a 10MP selfie shooter.
Galaxy S21 Ultra vs Galaxy Note 20 Ultra: Verdict
The two Ultra smartphones go neck-to-neck on the specs chart. Both have a gorgeous AMOLED display with high brightness, a powerful flagship SoC, and a big battery, with Galaxy 21 Ultra having the bigger numbers at 5,000mAh. The one major differentiating factor between the two smartphones is the presence of the S-Pen. While it is housed in the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra’s body, the stylus comes separately with a cover on the Galaxy S21 Ultra. That said, you can’t go wrong with any of the two smartphones.
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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2, Apple’s 27-inch iMac and more on sale today
Let’s begin today’s official news with deals. The year is about to end, but those Samsung trade-in seem like if they’re here to stay. If you’ve been watching us you probably are familiar with them but, that Galaxy Z Fold 2 for $999 continues to be a huge steal for our phone of the year. The Galaxy Note 20 Series is still starting at $450 for the regular model and at $750 for the Ultra. The S20 Series starts at $350 for the S20+, going up to $550 for the Ultra. But again, you need an eligible device to trade-in for all of these. Moving on, the OnePlus 7T is currently $250 off its regular price, leaving it at $349. You can also get the OnePlus 8T for $749 and they’ll give you a 7T for $99 along with it which is a pretty crazy deal. Finally, if you’re in the market for an iMac, the latest 27in model is $100 off, leaving the Intel Core i5, 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage model for $1399, We have other deals on more iMacs, Beats headphones and more in the links below.
OPPO Find X3 could feature a custom-made Sony IMX789 lens
Let’s move on to OPPO as, we’re getting somewhat close to the release of the OPPO Find X3 and we know that one of the main things the company plans to focus on is the camera. According to a new leaks from Weibo, OPPO is working with Sony on a custom chip, the Sony IMX789, which we could see on the Find X3 Series. Apparently, all flagship OPPO models will come with a customized sensor, with the one we mentioned previously remaining an exclusive for them. As a reference, the previous Sony IMX766 promises top-notch photography in low light conditions with a 1/1.56in sensor offering 1.0μm, taking in 63.8% more light than the 48MP IMX586. So yeah, we should expect a custom sensor that absorbs a crazy amount of light. Some of the other leaked specs include the Snapdragon 888 5G, a 6.7in display with 525ppi, a 4500 mAh battery with 65W SuperVOOC charging. And, for the camera’s we’re expecting two 50MP sensors, probably including the one we mentioned before.
OnePlus 9 leak reveals major battery and charging technology upgrades
OnePlus is also getting ready to launch their 9 Series as, multiple reports hint that we’ll be getting it earlier in the year, some time in March. We’re expecting 3 devices so far, the OnePlus 9, 9 Pro and even a Lite variant. Well, according to a new report from 91Mobiles, the regular OnePlus 9 will finally get wireless charging support as well as reverse wireless charging. Did I already say finally? IF you remember, earlier this year, the 8 Pro brought this feature but, both the 8T and the 8 missed out but, it looks like the company wants to even things out, only leaving out the Lite variant. Older leaks hint that the OnePlus 9 will bring a flat 6.55in FHD+, OLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate, it’ll be powered by the Snapdragon 888 5G, 8GB of RAM and it’ll probably start at 128GB of storage. When it comes to the cameras, it’ll apparently bring 2 48MP shooters, with some rumors hinting that we may even get a 50MP sensor from Leica. Wait what, Leica? Could it be that OnePlus is finally gonna fix the one thing they still can’t get right?
12.9-inch iPad Pro with mini-LED display might launch in Q1 2021
Let’s move on to Apple for a couple of segments, as aggressiveness seems to be part of their 2021 too. Let’s start with iPads as we’ve been covering a ton, and I mean a ton of mini-LED iPad rumors and leaks and it looks like we’re finally closing in on getting the actual products. According to a new report from DigiTimes, Apple has diversified their supply chain for displays and touch panels as, BOE has finally received approval to supply OLED for iPhones and integrated touch modules for mini-LED backlit panels for the 12.9in iPad Pro which according to them, will launch in the first quarter of 2021. So if you think about it, Ming Chi Kuo mentioned in one of his research notes that these new mini-LED iPads would begin production in Q4 of 2020 which goes along with this new report from DigiTimes. So yeah, we’re expecting these new iPads in the first half of 2021, most likely in Q1, and they are rumored to bring 5G support as well. Apple is reportedly preparing 6 devices with mini-LED displays but this iPad might be the first one.
Apple might take until 2027 to launch its ambitious car: Kuo
Let’s keep talking about Apple but this time, the Apple Car, which many could argue was anything but true until all the news that happened last week. It definitely looked like Apple was hard at work to get this car out but, this new report makes a lot more sense and it gives us a better time line. According to a new research note from Ming Chi Kuo, this car will be launched sometime between 2025 and 2027 the earliest. To quote Kuo, “we predicted that the car would launch between 2023-2025 but, their latest survey indicates that the current development schedule for the Apple Car is not clear, and if the development actually starts this year and everything goes well, 2025-2027 would be the earliest”. This is apparently due to some changes in the EV and Self-Driving market and Apple’s quality standards, with Kuo saying that he wouldn’t be surprised if it drops until 2028 or later. Last week we heard from Reuters that Apple is already contacting suppliers and that might be true but apparently they’re just beginning this process. And it’s still not clear if we’ll get a self-driving car, or a regular passenger vehicle like the report mentioned last week. We’ll see how the rumors develop over these upcoming years.
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Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21+ leak bares all the key specifications and features
Samsung Galaxy S21 series goes up on pre-order in the US
And finally, the Galaxy S21 Series continues to be the hottest topic around as we’re getting really close to the launch. So far, most leaks have focused on the Ultra but now we get some more information on the more affordable siblings. We have a new detailed breakdown from WinFuture of the Galaxy S21 and S21+’s specs. Starting with the S21, it’ll rock a 6.2in FHD+ flat display, which will be 120Hz capable, with Gorilla Glass 7 on top, a downgrade when compared to the QHD+ panels on the S20 Series. It’ll either be powered by the Exynos 2100 or the Snapdragon 888 5G along with 8GB of RAM, up to 256GB of storage and a 4000 mAh battery. When it comes to the S21+, it’ll bring a 6.7in AMOLED display, with the same specs as the S21 and actually less PPI. It’ll also be powered by the Snapdragon 888 or the Exynos 2100, same amount of RAM and same storage but, here we get a 4800 mAh battery. Now, when it comes to the cameras we’re expecting a triple camera module, with a 12MP primary, a 12MP ultra wide and a 64MP telephoto with 3x hybrid zoom. Both of these phones will be 5G capable, IP68 certified and will bring a 10MP selfie shooter. And, speaking of the fact that we’re getting close to the launch date, a new report from XDA reveals that the S21 Series is available for pre-order registrations through the Samsung website. Giving you a good amount of money in trade-in credit. For the Ultra’s specs we’ll link one of the previous Daily’s up here, make sure to check that out.
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Talk about a complete Android flagship experience at the first name that comes to mind is the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Samsung has equipped its jumbo-sized flagship with the best hardware it can lay its hands on, some neat software tricks, and of course, the ever-useful S Pen. But all that goodness ain’t cheap. However, thanks to Black Friday deals, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is now up for grabs with a massive 23% discount.
The device usually starts at $1,299, but Best Buy has is currently offering it with a massive $300 discount, bringing its price down to $999.99 with same-day activation. However, if you choose to activate later, you can still get it for just a $50 premium, which is still an awesome deal for a device as powerful as the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
Samsung, on the other hand, is offering the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra at an even unbelievable price of just $549.99 with a trade-in. And if you take advantage of the deal, you’ll be also be rewarded with an additional $30 discount in the form of Samsung Credit towards the purchase of accessories. And with Samsung’s accessories going for a record low price at the moment, you should definitely visit the Samsung online store.
If you have an older tablet lying around or a device you want to upgrade, head over to the Samsung online store as the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra at $549.99 with a trade-in offer is a great deal. You get a lot of phone for that price, and when I say lot, I really do mean it.
To give a taste of what you are getting for that price, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra packs a 6.9-inch Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate, Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus at its heart, a very capable triple rear camera setup highlighted by a 108MP snapper and a large 4,500mAh battery that can also wirelessly charge your earbuds. Want to know how the device actually fares? Check out Pocketnow’s video review of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra below:
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We start today’s deals with the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra which is getting a $200 discount over at Amazon. This leaves the US version unlocked with 128GB storage for $1,100. However, you can also get the Galaxy S20 5G for $800 with the same 128GB storage option and $200 savings, but you will have to settle for the Cloud Pink color variant. Still, if you want a new Samsung smartphone, and you don’t really care if it’s a flagship or not, the Galaxy A71 5G is getting a $41 discount, leaving the 128GB unlocked version for $558.41.
Now, if you’re looking for older Samsung Galaxy devices, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is currently available for $700 with $250 savings at B&H and it will come with 256GB storage space. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is also available, and you can get yours with a $650 discount in its 512GB storage version, meaning you can get yours for just $600.
Razer gaming accessories are also getting some interesting discounts over at Amazon. The Razer BlackWidow Elite mechanical gaming keyboard is currently available for $85 with $58 savings, yes that’s 50 percent off. If you don’t like this keyboard, you can also get the Razer Huntsman Elite which is getting a $30 discount, leaving it at $170. Gaming mice options include the wireless Razer Viper Ultimate Hyperspeed for $120 with $30 savings, and the Razer Basilisk X HyperSpeed for $40 with $20 savings.
Other deals include the Microsoft Surface Laptop Go is currently getting a $150 discount, leaving it at $749. We also find the Samsung Electronics A7 tablet at $200 with $80 savings in its 64GB version, and $169 with $61 savings in the 32GB storage version. Finally, the Sony WF-1000XM3 are getting a $62 discount, leaving them at $168.
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It seems that recent updates for the Samsung Galaxy S20 and Note 20 phones have started to cause problems instead of solving them. The latest firmware update seems to be affecting the devices’ wireless charging capabilities, and several users have already begun to report this issue on official and unofficial Samsung forums.
According to several reports, the Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Note 20 devices have stopped charging wirelessly after the latest firmware update. Now, don’t be alarmed, as this issue seems to be happening only with some third-party chargers. The main problem consists of wireless charging getting constant interruptions every few seconds. Users also claim that their devices could charge wirelessly with third-party chargers in the past, but the problems started after one of the latest firmware updates.
There is no exact reason as to what is causing this problem. But it seems that it is mostly affecting the Ultra variants of the Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Note 20 series. It is believed that the September 2020 or the October 2020 update may be responsible for these wireless charging issues.
Some affected users have also tried to fix the problem by rebooting their devices. They have also tried clearing the cache and factory resetting their Samsung Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Note 20 units. Unfortunately, none of these actions seem to fix the wireless charging issues. The problem seems to be spreading slowly, but luckily, it affects a small number of units compared to the actual number of devices sold around the world.
However, we also have to consider that several Samsung Galaxy S20 and Note 20 users may have never tried to charge their devices wirelessly, or at least not with third-party wireless chargers. This means that the issue may be present in more devices, but users aren’t aware of it since they have decided to stick with reliable, good old fast wired charging solutions.
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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Echo speakers and more on sale today
OnePlus teases a new audio wearable, probably the OnePlus Buds Z earbudsNow let’s move to OnePlus cause as you know, this is another company that has major plans for TechTober. Now, even if they released the OnePlus Buds with the Nord, there have been some other leaks for a different pair of True Wireless Earbuds. If you remember tipsters like Max J were posting leaks about some “Buds Z”. But now, we have a teaser from OnePlus where they’re saying: “A whole new world of sound. Coming soon”. And on the picture we get to see the silicon tip for this bud which means, they won’t look like the regular AirPods. However, they could look like the AirPods Pro… All jokes aside, we don’t have much information on these Buds, other than the fact that we should expect them with the 8T on October 14th so, we’ll keep you posted. Seriously OnePlus, feel free to be orignal about the design.. You guys really get that right
New leak could confirm the battery capacity in the Samsung Galaxy S21 UltraNow let’s focus on Samsung. I know we’re still pretty far away from the next Galaxy S Series but, we’ve been getting a decent amount of leaks for the time being. A couple of weeks ago, it went through a benchmark and we got some information on the battery size and other specs. Well, the S21 Ultra just went through certification in China, and this sort of serves as confirmation for these specs. This certification shows the model number and confirms that it brings a non-removable battery with a 4885 mAh capacity, which usually means it’ll be labeled as a 5,000 mAh battery. The s20 Ultra brought this same battery but, remember we’re getting new 5nm processors which means we could get significantly improved battery life. Other leaks we’ve been getting for the S21 are that it might bring a significantly better Exynos 1000, and some major camera improvements. We still have a long way to go so, leaks are just getting started.
Microsoft launches the Surface Laptop Go, and it starts at a sweet $549Today we got a pretty pleasant surprise from Microsoft. We know that the company has been trying to take a more affordable route with their Surface Laptops as they’re trying to take on the Chromebook market. Well, the company just announced the Surface Laptop Go, which tackles on that strategy. It has the same design as the Surface Laptop 3 with a 12.4in touch display but, with some rounded corners. It’s powered by a 10th Gen Intel Core i5, either 4 or 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM and either 64GBs or eMMC storage or up to 256GB of SSD. It runs Windows 10 in S mode and according to Microsoft it can last up to 13hrs on a single charge. You get one USB-C port, one USB-A port, one Surface Connect port and a headphone jack. It’ll be available on October 13th in the US and it starts at $549. I’m still trying to wrap my head around using Windows 10 with only 64 Gigs of storage, but hey, we’ll see about that.
Apple’s foldable iPhone may arrive with a new “self-healing display”For years, and I mean years, there’s been leaks and rumors that Apple was working on a foldable iPhone. A couple of days ago we covered how Apple ordered a significant amount of foldable displays from Samsung and now we get some more information as to why they ordered these. A new patent application shows that Apple is looking for ways of minimizing damage on foldable displays. The patent mentions a device that would repair itself automatically, without the user needing to do anything through a layer of self healing material. For example, a self-healing coating would be applied on top, and if this coating is dented, the material in the coating will fill up the dent. Heat can also be used as a stimulus for the healing process, and by using some conductors it can help this process. The main objective here is to help get rid of imperfections like dents and scratches, to give you a better experience with this display. We know that Apple isn’t in a rush to get a foldable iPhone out but, if they’re working on things like this, we might be getting a pretty cool product. Reminds me of the LG G Flex.
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Upcoming iPhone 12 lineup may start at $649, and cost as much as $1,400And finally the hottest new today have to do with Apple, but this time with the iPhones we are getting within the next few weeks. We have some new leaked price tags from a tipster on Twitter who, actually has a pretty neat track record. So, according to him, the 5.4in 12 Mini will start at 64GB and will cost $649 while the regular 6.1in 12 will start at $749 for 64GBs of storage as well. Moving on to the Pros, the 6.1in variant will start at $999 with 128GB of storage, while the 12 Pro Max will start at $1099 with 128GB of storage as well. Of course we should take these with a grain of salt but, they go along with other leaks we’ve seen like the storage tiers as Jon Prosser gave us these same numbers a couple of days ago. Also, the regular non-Pro models seem to be cheaper than some of the older leaks we had, which hinted to the mini starting at $749. We’re expecting these iPhones on October 13th so, get ready because the leaks should start getting wild going forward. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/pocketnowsub http://pocketnow.com Follow us: http://flipboard.com/@Pocketnow http://facebook.com/pocketnow http://twitter.com/pocketnow
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We start today’s deals with the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G, which is selling for $1,100 after a $200 discount. This is an unlocked US version smartphone with 128GB in storage space, and you can get it in Mystic Bronze, Mystic Black, or Mystic White. However, you can also get a huge Galaxy bundle, which consists of a 128GB Galaxy Note 20 5G, the 128GB Galaxy Tab S6, Galaxy Buds Live, and the Galaxy Watch Active2 for $1873, with $216.98 savings.
You can save even more when you go for the Samsung Galaxy S20+ or the Galaxy S10, which are selling for $660 and $544, respectively. However, these are unlocked international models, which means that you don’t get the Snapdragon version of the devices or a US valid warranty.
The latest version of Amazon Echo speakers are also getting a discount, well in a way. You have to buy two of the all-new Echo smart speakers for $99.99, but you get a $30 discount when you enter the ECHO2PK code at checkout, which would give you $15 savings on each device. The new Echo Dot is selling for $50 each, but you get a $20 discount when you buy two and enter DOT2PACK promo code at checkout, leaving each at $40. You can also get the 3rd gen Amazon Echo Dot for $39.99, or get two for $39.98 with the DOTPRIME2PK code at checkout.
Other deals include the Garmin Legacy Hero Series Marvel Captain America inspired premium smartwatch, which is currently available for $329 after a $70 discount. Dell’s 27-inch 4H UHD ultra-thin bezel monitor, which is now available for $315, down from its regular $400 price tag. The Logitech G502 lightspeed wireless gaming mouse that’s getting a $30 discount, leaving it at $120, and finally, for Star Wars fans, The Black Series Boba Fett Premium Electronic Helmet is selling for $98.31 after a $21.68 discount, just because it’s extremely cool.
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We start today’s deals with the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, which is getting a $350 discount. This powerful flagship includes 512GB of storage space and a long-lasting battery for $1,100. This is an unlocked version that can be used in the network of your choice; however, if you don’t want that much storage space, you can settle for the 128GB version, which is currently selling for $1 less, meaning $1,099 with $200.99 savings.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is also getting a discount at Amazon right now. The 128GB variant in Oxford Gray with an S Pen is available for just $350 after an $80 discount. This is the WiFi-only version, which also packs 4GB RAM, a battery that will last up to 13 hours, and you can also increase the tablet’s storage space up to 1TB with a micro SD card.
We also find a couple of smart TVs on sale, as the Sony X750 55-inch 4K Ultra HD LED TV is selling for $229.73, leaving it at $570.26, or spend $698 for the 66-inch variant, which lets you save almost $302. There are also options from Toshiba, as the all-new 43-inch Smart HD 1080p TV, Fire TV Edition, is selling for $180 after a $100 discount.
There are several speakers and smart speakers also on sale, as the Amazon Echo Dot is selling for $39.99 after a $10. However, if you’re a Prime member, you get two smart speakers for $39.98 when you enter the code DOTPRIME2PK at checkout. Marshall Kilburn II and the Marshall Tufton portable Bluetooth speakers are both getting a $100 discount, leaving the Kilburn II at $200 and the Tufton at $300.
Finally, we find an LG 32-inch monitor selling for $260, down from its regular $300 price tag. This monitor features QHD, HDR 10 support, AMD FreeSync, and more. Next up, we find the Sony WF-1000XM3 noise-canceling wireless earbuds for $178, down from its regular $230 price tag, meaning you save around $52. And the Skagen Connected Falster 2 is currently available for $99 after a massive $196 discount in its stainless steel variant with heart rate monitor, GPS, NFC, and more.
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We start today’s deals with the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra with a $205 discount, leaving it at $1,195. This is an unlocked US variant with 128GB of storage. However, you can get the Samsung Galaxy S20+, which is currently selling for $996.27 after a $203 discount with the same 128GB in storage. Now, to make things even more interesting, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra can be yours for just $1,099 after a $200.99 discount.
Apple’s latest 10.2-inch iPad is currently getting a $30 discount, leaving it at just $299 in its WiFi-only version with 32GB in storage space. If you want more storage space, the 128GB version is selling for $395 after a $34 discount. If you’re still interested in the previous model iPad, you can get it with LTE connectivity for $530 after a $29 discount.
Next up, we have some powerful laptops on sale, as the 13-inch Apple MacBook with 16GB RAM, 512GB in storage, is available for $1,600 after a $199 discount. You can also go for the 13-inch MacBook Air with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage space, which is currently selling for $900 after a $99 discount. Another option is Razer’s Blade Pro 17, which can be yours for $2,400 with $200 savings. This gaming laptop includes an Intel Core i7 processor, an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 GPU, 16GB RAM, 512GB storage space, and more.
Other deals include Sony’s 55-inch X750 Ultra HD LED TV for $569 after a $231 discount. Sennheiser’s Momentum 3 wireless noise-canceling headphones are going for $380 after a $20 discount, and ASUS’ ROG Strix RGB mechanical gaming keyboard selling for $121, down from its regular $140 price tag.
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We start today’s deals with the Samsung Galaxy Note Ultra 5G in Mystic Black. This factory unlocked device comes with 512GB of storage space, and it is available for $1,250 after a $200 discount. The 128GB version of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G is also getting the same $200 discount, which leaves it at just $1,099.
The 128GB WiFi, only 11-inch iPad Pro, is currently available for $750 at Amazon, which is $49 less than its regular price tag. If you’re more interested in the larger 12.9-inch version with the same specs, you can now find it for $949, but you will see the discount at checkout. Now, the latest WiFi-only 10.2-inch iPad 8, for $299 in Space Gray with 32GB in storage.
Suppose you’re looking for a new pair of headphones. In that case, the SteelSeries Arctics 7 gaming headset is getting a $24.99 discount, leaving them at $125, or you can go for the JBL T750BTNC wireless headphones with noise cancellation, which are available for $99.95 with $30 savings. This last pair of headphones is also available in four color options that are going for the same discounted price.
Finally, we have Fossil’s Gen 5 Garrett stainless-steel touchscreen smartwatch with speaker, heartrate, GPs, NFC, and more for just $179 after a huge $116 discount. This smartwatch is usually found for $295, so it may be a great choice for you if you don’t mind the blue strap. The PDP Nintendo Switch Deluxe travel case “Mario Remix Edition” is also getting a significant discount, as it is now available for $9, down from its regular $20 price tag.
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We start today’s deals with the unlocked version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra with 128GB in storage, which can be yours for $1,912 after a $478 discount. This may seem excessive, but it also comes bundled with a pair of Galaxy Buds Live, a Galaxy Watch Active2, and a Galaxy Tab S6 with 128GB storage.
We have two special sales events today. We will start over at Amazon with the Samsung Week, where you can find Samsung 970 EVO Plus SSD 1TB – M.2 NVMe integral SSD for $180 after a $70 discount, The Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ with $150 discounts leaving the S10+ version at just $950. A new pair of Galaxy Buds+ are up for grabs for $130 after a $20 discount.
Now, B&H has Labor day sales, which include $300 off MacBook Pro models. The 13-inch MacBook Pro is selling for $1,199 in Space Gray, and you get a 1.4GHz Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB RAM, and 256GB storage space. The 16-inch MacBook Pro is selling for $2,099, and it comes with a 2.6GHz Intel Core i7 processor, an AMD Radeon Pro 5300M GPU, 16GB RAM, and 512GB storage space. You can also find Lenovo Ideapads, iPad Pros, and the OnePlus 7T on sale.
You can also get a new pair of wireless headphones, as the Jabra Elite 85h with noise-canceling are available for just $200 after a $50 discount. You can also choose something smaller, as the Bose SoundSport Free are also getting a $50 discount, leaving them at just $150.
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