Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 and more Samsung Galaxy smartphones are on sale

Today{s best Samsung deals come from Samsung.com, where we have the latest Samsung Galaxy foldables, the Galaxy S21 series, and more

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 selling for $900, Apple’s 12.9-inch M1 iPad Pro and more are also on sale

We keep on getting amazing deals from Samsung and Amazon, where you will find the latest Galaxy Z Fold 2, M1 iPad Pro, and more on sale

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Best phones in 2021 so far

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2, Galaxy Z Flip and more devices are on sale

You can find several Samsung devices on sale at Amazon, featuring the Samsung Galaxy S21, Apple Watch Series 6, and more on sale

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Samsung Galaxy Week deals feature the Galaxy S21 series and more

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Samsung’s latest Galaxy Week sales event has the Samsung Galaxy S21 series, the Galaxy Watch 3, smart TVs and more on sale

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2, Pixel 4 and OnePlus smartphones are on sale

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We have great news for anyone looking to get their hands on a new Android Phone. We first head over to Amazon.com, where we have found the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 getting a $400 discount, which means you can grab one for just $1,400. Now, if you have an eligible device to trade-in, you can also head over to Samsung.com, where you will find the same unlocked foldable phone with 256GB of storage space selling for $1,000.

If you’re looking for more Samsung deals, you can get the 256GB versions of the Samsung Galaxy S21 for the price of the starting 128GB of storage space. This means that you can get your new Galaxy S21 for just $100 with 256GB storage, the Galaxy S21+ for $300, and the Galaxy S21 Ultra can be yours for $500. Just remember that you have to trade in an eligible device to get up to $700 savings. The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series can also be yours, starting at $600 for the vanilla variant or pay $900 for the Ultra.

 

You can also get your hands on a new Google Pixel 4 with 128GB of storage space in its Just Black color variant for $550, or go for the Clearly White option for $689 after a $210 discount. The 64GB variants aren’t necessarily on sale, but they have dropped their price to $479 and $496.25, respectively, in case you’re interested.

And if you go over to OnePlus.com, you will find the OnePlus 8 Pro getting a $300 discount, which means you can get yours for $699. This device comes with 12GB RAM and 256GB of storage space, and you also score a free pair of OnePlus Buds Z. The OnePlus Bullets Wireless Z Black are also on sale. You can grab a pair for $30 after receiving a $20 discount. But if you’re still looking for something a bit more budget-friendly, you can get the OnePlus Nord N10 5G for $280 and the OnePlus Nord N100 for $170 with $20 and $10 savings, respectively.

 

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Get a Samsung Galaxy S21 for just $100, Galaxy Z Fold for $1,000!

We start today’s deals with some of the best savings you can get on a Samsung smartphone. If you head over to Samsung.com, you will find the Samsung Galaxy S21 series getting up to $700 off when you trade in an eligible device. This means that you can get a new vanilla version with 128GB of storage space for just $100. The Galaxy S21 Plus and the Galaxy S21 Ultra with the same storage capacity are going for $300 and $500, respectively.

Every variant of the Samsung Galaxy S21 comes with four free months of YouTube Premium and six months of SiriusXM Streaming for free. They also come packed with some of the best cameras on the market, a display with 120Hz refresh rates, and more. However, only the S21 Ultra comes with stylus support and a glass back.

However, you can still get your hands on the previous generation Galaxy S20, as it’s getting up to $300 off with an eligible trade-in. The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE starts at $400, the regular Galaxy S20 5G is up for grabs at $600, and the S20 Ultra can be yours for $1,050.

 

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 is once again selling for just $1,000. You will first get a $200 discount, which leaves the phone at $1,600, and the $600 extra savings come with an eligible trade-in. And if you want the smaller Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, you can get yours starting at $600 with 5G support, while the LTE-only variant curiously sells for $100 more.

And if you’re on the market looking for the Galaxy Note 20, you can also get yours with $400 savings. This leaves the vanilla variant for just $600 and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra for $900, respectively. Remember that even though the Note series isn’t necessarily dead, we may not see it get a refresh this year. Instead, we received S Pen support with the Galaxy S21 Ultra, and we are also expecting the new Galaxy Z Fold 3 to feature stylus support as well.

 

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The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 and Galaxy S21 series is on sale today

We have found some excellent deals on one of the best phones of 2020. The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 is currently getting a $200 discount over at Amazon. This means you can grab your new foldable device for $1,800 on any of its two color options. This phone comes with 2567GB of storage space, 12GB RAM, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ processor powers it.

Now, the Samsung Galaxy S21 series is also on sale, and you can get up to $200 savings depending on the model you want. First, the Galaxy S21 Ultra is getting the same discount over at Amazon and B&H, meaning that you can get one for $1,000 with 128GB of storage space. And if you want the vanilla variant, you can only get it on sale over at B&H.com, where it’s currently selling for $700 after a $150 discount.

 

However, there’s still another way to save big bucks on Samsung Galaxy devices. If you head over to Samsung.com, you can get up to $800 off the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold and up to $700 off the Galaxy S21 series.

You can get a new Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 for just $1,200 when you trade in an eligible device, and you can choose to get yours unlocked or locked to your favorite carrier. If you want a Galaxy S21, you can get one starting at $100 for the entry-level variant with 128GB of storage space. The Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus is currently up for grabs at $300, and the Galaxy S21 Ultra can be yours for $500, but just like the Galaxy Z Fold 2, you will have to trade in your current phone to get these savings.

Another option for you to consider is the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series, as it won’t get a refresh in 2021, meaning that you will have the latest Note for at least another year. However, its discounts aren’t as compelling as the other Galaxy devices. The vanilla Galaxy Note 20 can be yours for $600, which translates to $400 savings, and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is up for grabs at $900 with the same $400 discount, with an eligible trade-in as well.

 

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2, iPhone 12 cases and more products are on sale right now

We have great news for anyone looking to get their hands on a new Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2. The device was recently selling for $1,500 at Samsung.com, but today we’ve seen the phone’s price drop to $1,200 on any of its carrier-locked variants or the unlocked models. This deal may not be as sweet as when it used to sell for just $1,000 after an eligible trade-in. However, it’s still better than paying the full retail price, and we don’t know if we will ever see the price of this foldable phone drop as low as before, so you may want to think about this carefully.

If you’re interested in foldable devices with a clamshell design, you can get the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G or the LTE-only variant for $600 and $700, respectively. You can also check out some Motorola deals that give us the Moto RAZR 5G with a $400 discount, and you don’t need an eligible trade-in to get these savings.

 

If you’re looking to get a new Samsung Galaxy S21, you can grab one over at Samsung.com for $200 after an eligible trade-in. This, of course, is the vanilla variant with 128GB of storage space and a 6.2-inch display. If you want the Galaxy S21+, we have two options for you. First, you can stay on Samsung’s online store and trade-in an eligible phone to get your device for $400, or head over to B&H.com, where you can get one for $700 after a $150 discount, and you don’t need to trade-in your current device.

If you want the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra with S Pen support, you can get one starting at $600 with 128GB of storage space. And since we’re already talking about phones with stylus support, we also have to include the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series, as you can get the vanilla variant with 128GB for $500, while the Ultra version is now selling for $900 after an eligible trade-in.

 

Now, you can also score up to 60 percent savings on several cases for the latest iPhone models. First up, Apple’s Leather Folio for the iPhone 11 Pro and the 11 Pro Max are both selling for $58 after getting a $71 discount, but only on their black color variants. You will also find a massive selection of OtterBox cases on sale for your iPhone 12 Pro devices, starting at $16.39 with up to 60 percent discounts. Finally, Speck Products Presidio Perfect-Clear Ombre iPhone 12 sells for $25.07 after getting a $19.88 discount, and there are several more options to choose from, so take a look.

 

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Samsung’s “Buy and Try” program will let you try out foldables for 100 days

Foldable smartphones are making their own niche in the premium segment. At more than USD 1,000, they aren’t meant for everyone. However, Samsung is aiming to make these phones more accessible to everyone. The company has launched a “Buy and Try” program for select foldable devices. It will let the consumers try and see if a foldable device is right for them.

Samsung has launched a “Buy and Try” program for the Galaxy Z Flip 5G and the Galaxy Z Fold2 5G. Customers can either of the two devices and try it out  for 100 days. This is the first time Samsung is offering a program of this kind for its mobile devices, extending the return period from 15 days to 100 days. The new program follows Samsung’s new, lower starting price of $1,199.99 for the Galaxy Z Flip 5G Unlocked by the company.

The 100 day “Buy and Try” program for the Galaxy Z Flip 5G and Galaxy Z Fold2 5G is now available exclusively on Samsung.com until April 1.

Meanwhile, Samsung is tipped to be prepping to launch its next set of foldable smartphones. Rumors have already started to pile up regarding the two upcoming phones, and they suggest that these devices could be launched as soon as July this year. 

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3  concept-based render suggests that the foldable smartphone will have the rear panel aesthetics of the Galaxy S21 series Other leaks suggest that it might cost the same as its predecessor, while another rumor points to a June debut. The phone is also said to come equipped with an under-display selfie camera. Moreover, Samsung could be modifying the S Pen technology so that the stylus can be used with the upcoming foldable device as well.

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HUAWEI Mate X2 vs Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2: Which one’s the alpha foldable?

The battle for the best foldable phone crown just got a lot hotter. HUAWEI has launched its latest foldable – the HUAWEI Mate X2. And even though the company likely wouldn’t ever admit it, but it appears that the folks over at HUAWEI realized that an inward-folding design with a dual-display approach is the best way to go. Design inspiration apart, the HUAWEI Mate X2 comes with some notable upgrades and really takes the foldable feud to Samsung’s doorsteps. Here’s how the two phones compare against each other:

Design and build quality

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Yes, the approach is similar, but there are more than a few differences. The HUAWEI Mate X2 is not symmetrical in its cross-section, but claims to offer a near zero-gap experience when folded. As for the Samsung offering, the gap between the two halves of the device when folded is easily noticeable, but it is uniformly thick. The metal and glass build is a shared trait between the two phones.

HUAWEI Mate X2 comes in a choice of four colors – Crystal Blue, Crystal Pink, White, and Black. The Galaxy Z Fold2 is up for grabs in two colors – Mystic Bronze and Mystic Black – but you can customize the color of the hinge for a two-tone approach. A major difference between the two phones is that the inner foldable display of the HUAWEI Mate X2 has no selfie camera, while its Samsung rival comes equipped with a 10MP selfie shooter.

HUAWEI Mate X2Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2
DisplayCover Display
6.45-inch OLED
2480 x 2200 pixels
90Hz refresh rate
413 ppi pixel density

Inner Display
8-inch OLED

2700 x 1160 Pixels
90Hz refresh rate
456 ppi pixel density
Cover Display
6.2-inch Super AMOLED
2260 x 816 pixels
60Hz refresh rate
386ppi pixel density

Inner Display
7.6-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X
2208 x 1768 pixels
120Hz refresh rate
373ppi pixel density
ProcessorHiSilicon Kirin 9000Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+
RAM8GB 12GB
Storage256GB / 512GB 256GB / 512GB
Rear Cameras50 MP Ultra Vision Camera
(Wide Angle, f/1.9 aperture, OIS)
16 MP Cine Camera
(Ultra-Wide Angle, f/2.2 aperture)
12 MP Telephoto Camera
(3x Optical Zoom, f/2.4 aperture, OIS)
8 MP SuperZoom Camera
(10x Optical Zoom, f/4.4 aperture, OIS)
12MP Ultra Wide
(1.12μm, 123˚ FOV, F/2.2)
12MP Wide-angle
(OIS, 1.8μm, 83˚ FOV, F/1.8)
12MP telephoto
(PDAF, 1.0μm, 45˚ FOV, F/2.4)

Front Cameras16 MP Selfie Camera
(Wide Angle, f/2.2)

NO inner display camera
10MP Selfie Camera
(1.22μm, 80˚ FOV, f/2.2)

Inner Display Camera
10MP selfie camera
(1.22μm, 80˚ FOV, F/2.2)
Battery4500 mAh
55W fast charging
4500mAh
25W fast charging
Wireless Charging
Reverse wireless charging
WeightApprox. 295 grams282 grams
ColorsCrystal Blue, Crystal Pink,
White, and Black
Mystic Bronze and Mystic Black

Display: HUAWEI Mate X2 is the better equipped one!

HUAWEI Mate X2

The HUAWEI Mate X2 comes armed with an 8-inch flexible OLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate, while the outer cover display measures 6.45-inches diagonally. This one also offers 90Hz refresh rate and has a resolution of 2700 x 1160 pixels.

On the Samsung device, only the inner foldable display qualifies as a high refresh rate panel, while the cover display is a regular 60Hz panel. The cover display measures 6.2-inches with a much lower resolution of 2260 x 816 pixels compared to its HUAWEI sibling. The inner 7.6-inch foldable display is also slightly smaller than its HUAWEI rival, but offers a higher 120Hz refresh rate.

Internals

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The HUAWEI Mate X2 draws power from the 5nm-based Kirin 9000 chip that comes with an integrated 5G modem. There is 8 gigs of RAM and 128GB / 512GB of non-expandable onboard storage. The lights are kept on by a 5,000mAh battery that can be topped at a peak 55W power. Interestingly, there is no support for wireless charging.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 comes equipped with the 7 nm-based Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ SoC ticking alongside 12GB of RAM and up to 512GB of onboard storage. You’ll find a 4,500mAh juicer inside that charges at a comparatively slower 25W, but it supports wireless as reverse wireless charging.

Software: A tricky situation for HUAWEI Mate X2

Huawei Mate X2 back

A key difference, that might well dictate the final decision whether you buy the Galaxy Z Fold 2 or the HUAWEI Mate X2 is the software. The HUAWEI Mate X2 still runs EMUI 11 based on Android 10, which is kinda disappointing. The Samsung device, on the other hand, has received the Android 11 upgrade already. However, the biggest difference is their approach to Android.

The HUAWEI Mate X2 relies on the HMS (HUAWEI Mobile Services) core instead of the GMS (Google Mobile Services) core, which means it misses out on some defining Google offerings such as Play Store, Gmail and Google Maps to name a few. And this might be a red flag to many potential buyers, especially those in markets outside China. The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold, on the other hand, offers the full-fledged Android experience with all essential Google services and some cool tweaks courtesy of Samsung’s One UI 3.1 skin.

Cameras: HUAWEI Mate X2 takes the glory here

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The camera department is where the HUAWEI Mate X2 brings the biggest hardware upgrade. Over at the back, you’ll find an optically stabilized 50MP primary camera, sitting alongside a 16MP ultra-wide angle lens.

There are a couple of zoom cameras at the back – a primary 12MP telephoto camera with 3x optical zoom range and an 8MP Super Zoom periscope-style camera with an impressive 10x optical zoom output. Selfie and video calling duties are taken care of by a 16MP snapper on the cover display.

HUAWEI Mate X2

Coming to the Galaxy Z Fold 2, it has a trio of 12MP sensors at the back serving as the main shooter, an ultra-wide-angle lens, and a telephoto camera. Both the cover display and inner foldable panel are armed with a 10MP selfie shooter.

Pricing: Innovation comes at a high price

The HUAWEI Mate X2 will set you back by CNY 17,999 (~ $2,780) for the base 256GB storage variant, while the 512GB version will evaporate CNY 18,999 (~ $2,940) from your bank account. Pre-orders have gone live in China, but there is no word regarding its overseas availability at the moment.

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The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 is currently up for grabs at $1,999 from Samsung’s official online store, but you can bring the price down to $1,000 with an eligible trade-in in the US. Unlike the HUAWEI offering, the Samsung device is widely available in markets across the globe.

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Apple’s latest M1 MacBooks, iPad Pros and more devices are on sale

Apple’s latest M1 Mac mini, iPad Pros and more devices are on sale today

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 and Galaxy Watch 3 are on sale today

And you know the way it goes, the official news today begin with deals. Starting with the new M1 MacBook Pro. Amazon currently has the entry level model for 100 dollars off, meaning it’ll cost you 1200 bucks but, you have to go for the Silver variant as, Space Gray is just 75 dollars off.. Actually watch my video on why Silver is my favorite. However if you go for 512GB of storage, both variants have the 100 dollar discount. If you’re looking for a desktop, the M1 Mac Mini is a cool 69 dollars off, meaning it starts at 600 but the discount is applied until checkout. Amazon also has the OnePlus 8T which is a pretty solid offer for 60 dollars off, leaving the entry level variant for 689 dollars shipped. If you’re looking for a new monitor, LG’s Ultra Fine Ergo Display which I love is 53 dollars off, leaving it at 645 dollars shipped and yes, its 4K. Finally, the 11 inch iPad Pro is also 50 off, leaving the Wi-Fi and Cellular and 256GB of storage model for 999 shipped. We have more deals on Samsung’s Galaxy S21 Series on trade-ins, other LG monitors, Alienware laptops and more in the links below.

Another Huawei Mate X2 teaser hints at an inward-folding design

Let’s move the spotlight on to Huawei as, we know that the P Series isn’t the only thing we’re waiting on. For the past couple of weeks the company has been heavily teasing the Mate X2 which is set to launch on February 22nd, in China of course. Now we have a new teaser image from the company that kind of shows a clock, with the phone being the hands, and you can definitely tell that this is an inwards folding display, meaning it’ll look like the Galaxy Z Fold 2 unlike what we got with the Mate X and the Mate XS. According to the leaks, the Mate X2 will feature a 6.45 inch outer display along with an 8.01 inch main display. When it comes to the cameras, we should expect a quad setup at the back with a 50MP primary, 16MP, 12MP and 8MP shooters to go along. Apparently there’s no selfie camera on the main display but there’s a dual one on the cover display. This phone will be powered by the Kirin 9000 and a 4400 mAh battery. We’ll see what the company announces as, I mean it looks interesting.. I just hope we could get it on this side of the pond.

LG could be helping Apple on its upcoming foldable iPhone

Let’s move on to Cupertino for a couple of segments, beginning with their foldable which has been getting a lot of traction lately. We’re expecting this phone to launch sometime during 2023 or later but, it looks like Apple is heavily invested in it already. According to a new report from DigiTimes, Apple is getting some help from LG to develop the foldable display. Now, this doesn’t mean that LG will be supplying the panels as, we know that Apple’s main OLED supplier is Samsung and according to previous rumors, they will be the ones supplying these flexible panels and they have already sent them multiple samples. The report claims that LG would be assisting Apple in these developments, without specifying on what their role would be exactly. If you haven’t been watching lately, we’re expecting this “iPhone Flip” to compete with the RAZR and Z Flip, by bringing a clamshell design. Some sources claim that we should expect a 7 inch panel with Apple Pencil support but, according to other sources like Prosser, we’ll be getting several bright color variants, to be marketed more towards a youthful audience. So yeah, we’re still very far but, rumors just keep coming.

Apple patent proposes the idea of an in-screen Face ID or Touch ID

Moving on, let’s talk Apple once again but this time we’re focusing on iPhones and FaceID which is currently useless until we get iOS 14.5. Now, we know that Apple has been working on finding ways to put FaceID under the display because we know that’s were the industry is going. Now, we have a new patent where Apple is looking at including Photodetectors Integrated into Thin-Film Transistor Backplanes”. I know that was a handful but, basically what they’re saying is that even as the display presents images, they can simultaneously include sensors that detect a different range of environments. These sensors would be variously configured as a biometric sensor, camera, or depth sensor probably being used to generate images, depth maps or even video clips according to the patent. And I think we all know where that’s going. However, most off the patent is concerned on how this photodetector can be included within the display, so it would have to be attached to an organic photosensitive material. Bottom line, the patent mentions that you would be looking at the display with the camera under the display looking right back at you without making the phone thicker and giving you full FaceID functionality. And, like we said yesterday this is just a patent so it could happen soon, it could happen in years or it might not happen at all. Hey, at least a smaller notch is a step in the right direction.

Story of the day:

Android 12 now out. Check out the full rollout schedule and compatibility details

And finally for the hottest news today, let’s talk Google and Android 12 as yes, it’s finally that time of the year again. Like in the case of last year, Google just launched the Developer Preview for Android 12 and of course, it’s currently limited to Pixels. Apparently for this preview, Google is focusing on “new tools for giving great experiences to users”. Some of the features include smoother transitions in the OS, a new design and layout for notifications. Alerts are getting tweaked to open faster, switching away from older notification methods. It’ll now be easer to paste images, videos, and other content from the clipboard or keyboard, finally. They’re also adding native AVIF and HEVC support, and we even hear of an immersive mode for video playback. Google is also tweaking audio, meaning new apps can have haptics correspond to audio playback, giving you better experiences for games, custom vibrations for contacts and more. Probably the biggest changes we’re expecting here go along the lines of privacy, now letting you know if your camera or microphone were being us, toggles to turn these off and more, kind of like to match Apple’s strategy, and improve it in certain ways. Of course, this is just generalized features and we should know more once the preview settles in.
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The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 and Galaxy Watch 3 are on sale today

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We start today’s deals with the best Samsung deals available from Amazon and Samsung.com. First, we find that the unlocked US version of the Galaxy Z Fold 2 is getting a $208.84 discount, meaning that you can get yours for $1,791.15. This device comes with 256GB of storage space, and you can get it in Mystic Bronze or Mystic Black. However, remember that you can still get the same device with the same storage and the same color options for $999.99 with up to $1,000 savings when you trade-in an eligible device. Further, Samsung also gives you four months of YouTube Premium and six months of Spotify Premium free of charge when you get your new Galaxy Z Fold 2.

Now, there are other, less expensive options for those looking to get a foldable device. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is also on sale. You can get this phone with a clamshell design for just $200 when you go for the 5G enabled version, or get the LTE-only variant for $300. You also get four months of YouTube Premium and six months of Spotify Premium for free. Just remember that you have to trade-in an eligible device to get these awesome discounts.

We then move on to devices with a more conventional design. The Samsung Galaxy S21 series is available with an eligible trade-in for just $75 if you choose to get your device locked to one of America’s largest carriers or get the unlocked version for just $100 with 128GB storage space. Take the next step and get your hands on a new Galaxy S21+ for $115 locked, or $215 unlocked, and the Galaxy S21 Ultra for $400 locked, and pay $100 more for the unlocked version, both of them starting with 128GB storage.

If you’re looking for the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE, you can get one for $425, with an eligible trade-in, and if you don’t want to trade in your current phone, you can also get it from Amazon.com, as it’s getting a $100 discount, leaving it at $600. However, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is also on sale, and you can grab one for just $450 if you want the base model or pay $100 more for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.

Finally, you can get the original Samsung Galaxy Watch for just $189, with a $15.99 discount, in its 46mm, GPS-only version. However, you may also want to check out the latest 41mm Galaxy Watch 3, which’s getting up to $160 off with an eligible trade-in, meaning that you can get one for $290. Or go for the 45mm Titanium version for $440 with the same $160 savings.

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