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Samsung Galaxy and Google Pixel phones are on sale today


We start today’s deals with tons of savings on Android smartphones. You can currently go to Amazon and get the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series starting at $799. This will get you the vanilla Galaxy Note 20 with 128GB storage space in Mystic Green or Mystic Gray. However, you would have to pay $900 for the Mystic Bronze version, which means $200.99 and $100 savings, depending on the color option you go for. If you want the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, it’s up for grabs at $1,200 with $100 savings in Mystic Bronze, Mystic Black, or Mystic White. However, you may want to remember that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 can be yours for just $400, or grab the Note 20 Ultra for $700 when you trade in an eligible device.

    Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
    The vanilla Samsung Galaxy Note 20 comes with a lower price tag than the Ultra version, but you also get an S Pen, Super Fast Charge, and a powerful device that will also excel at gaming.
    Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
    The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra comes with an included S Pen, which is so responsive that it feels like you're using a real pen. It also features Super Fast Charge and great performance.
    Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Series
    Samsung's best device for productivity comes with tons of power under the hood

We then move onto the Samsung Galaxy S20 series, as the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus is currently selling for $900 after a $300 discount, or get the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE for $599 with a $100 discount. Both devices are factory unlocked, and they include 128GB of storage space.

The Samsung Galaxy S20 series is still on sale over at, where you can get the Galaxy S20 Ultra starting at $865, while the Galaxy S20 FE is available for $340 when you trade in an eligible device. You can also choose to get a new Samsung Galaxy S21, as you can reserve yours and get $60 credits towards accessories for your Galaxy S21, and you can also save $700 when you trade in an eligible device.

    Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus
    The Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus comes with a new Hires camera Zoom, Bright Night Mode, Super Fast charging, and an all-day battery.
    Samsung Galaxy S20 FE
    The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE is Samsung's budget-friendly version of the Galaxy S20 series, and it features a 6.5-inch FHD+ Dynamic AMOLED 2X Infinity-O Display, 120Hz, HDR10+, 1080 x 2400 pixels, IP68 for water and dust resistance.
    Samsung Galaxy S20 series
    Check out the latest deals on last year's Samsung Galaxy S20 series, which is still a great option to consider in 2020.
    Samsung Galaxy S21 Reservation
    Follow this link to save big bucks with the reservation of your new Samsung Galaxy S21, which is just days away from its official launch.

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 and the Galaxy Z Flip are also on sale, as you can get the latest Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 for $1,000 with $1,00 savings. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip can be yours for just $100 if you don’t need 5G connectivity or get the 5G variant for $250. Just remember that you have to trade in an eligible device. However, you can also get a new Google Pixel phone. The Google Pixel 4 with 64GB storage space for $504 and $295 savings, or get the Google Pixel 3a for just $333 with $66 savings.

    Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2
    The Galaxy Z Fold 2 is considered last year's best device. It features Samsung's Ultra Thin Glass, with a 7.6-inch foldable Dynamic AMOLED 2X display when extended and a 6.2-inch screen when folded shut.
    Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
    Samsung's foldable phone with a clamshell design comes with a Dynamic AMOLED Display for immersive viewing, 250GB storage space, and more.
    Google Pixel 4
    The Google Pixel 4 comes with a 3140mAh battery, Quick Gestures that will allow you to silence calls or skip songs. It also features a great camera with night sight, portrait mode, and more.
    Google Pixel 3a
    This device will deliver stunning photos and features like night sight, portrait mode, and HDR+. It will also give you unlimited storage of photos and video in Google Photos, and more.

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