Save money on popular Samsung smartphones such as the Z Flip 3, Z Fold 3 and Galaxy S21 FE

Samsung Flip 3

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Last month, Samsung launched a new line of Galaxy S22 phones – and that’s great news, if you not schedule an upgrade to the latest model. Why? Because that means great deals on older Samsung models that are still powerful enough and enough for most people. Today alone, Amazon is offering up to 36% off a variety of Samsung phones, including popular models such as the S21 FE, Galaxy Z Fold 3, and Galaxy Z Flip 3, which were featured on our list of the best phones to buy for 2022.

The discounts bring prices down to some of the lowest we’ve seen on these models. So if you want to get your hands on Android without having to replace your old phone or sign up for a new data plan, these are some of the best deals you will find out there.

If you’re looking for a solid, simple and reliable smartphone, this Galaxy S21 FE it’s a great choice. It boasts 5G support, a 6.4-inch 120Hz display and a 32MP front camera. You can buy the 128GB model for just $ 525 today, which is $ 175 less than the regular price, or upgrade to the 256GB model for an additional $ 70.

If you like a larger display but still need a phone that’s compact enough to fit in your pocket, you can choose Assembling the Galaxy Z 3which has a foldable 7.6 inch dual screen display. It also has 12GB of RAM, S Pen support, 5G capabilities, and 25W super fast charging. Right now, that’s $ 400 cheaper, bringing the price down to $ 1,400 for the 256GB model. Its compact cousin, Galaxy Z Flip 3, with a 6.7-inch folding display, it’s also on sale for $ 850 for the 128GB model, $ 150 off its original price.

And if you’re looking for the cheapest option, the S21 FE predecessor, S20 WF it is also discounted on this sale. Despite being a bit older, it has a 6.5in Full HD display, 6GB of RAM, and 5G capabilities. At $ 450 or $ 250 off, it’s the cheapest model and the biggest discount you’ll find on this sale. All phones in this sale are unlocked, so you can activate them through your preferred carrier.

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