Buy selected refurbished Samsung smartphones from just 140

Are you looking for a “new” phone but don’t want to pay for a new phone? Don’t worry, there’s a huge market for older, refurbished models, and you could save hundreds compared to buying new ones from your carrier or dealer. Today only, Woot offers a selection of legacy refurbished Android phones for sale starting at $ 140. These deals are only available until 21:59 PT (12:59 ET) tonight and some models have already sold out, so we recommend that you order your order sooner rather than later.

All phones in this sale have been rated “scratches and dents” refurbished. According to Wootwhich means they may show signs of regular wear and tear, but they have been tested to ensure they are in full working order.

There are quite a few different phones you can get from this sale, but the most advanced one is this one Galaxy S20 Plus. He is now two generations (read topwatchbest review for the Galaxy S22), but this powerful Samsung still boasts some impressive specs. It supports 5G connectivity and comes with 12GB of RAM and 128GB of storage that can be further expanded with a microSD card. The screen is a 6.7 inch AMOLED display and features a 64MP main camera with 30x zoom. Pricing starts at $ 380 for the black variant. Or, if you’re looking for a cheaper, budget-friendly option Galaxy S20 FE is also on sale. It has a slightly smaller 6.5-inch screen and less powerful hardware, and is now on sale for $ 340.

This sale is also a rare opportunity to get your hands on the discontinued Galaxy Note that has been on since then replaced by the new S22 Ultra. The Galaxy Note 10, which was originally released in 2019, is on sale for $ 270 and has a 6.3-inch AMOLED Plus display, 256GB of storage, 8GB of RAM, and an IP68 waterproof rating. Just remember that there’s a good chance this refurbished model won’t ship with the stylus included. Still, it’s a great opportunity to get your hands on the Galaxy Note, a device that is getting harder and harder to access every day.

Older models are also available, ranging up to Galaxy S8 which was released in 2017. Remember, however, that these older devices are no longer supported by Samsung and you won’t get any security updates, so you really get what you pay for them.

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