If you’re a hardcore Samsung fan, the recently released Galaxy S21 Ultra and the somewhat older Note 20 Ultra ought to be at the actual top of your shopping list in case you’re considering purchasing another mobile powerhouse.
Picking between the two goliaths, obviously, is no simple errand, particularly in the event that you can get the S Pen-including 6.9-incher at a gigantic discount and the more modest 6.8-incher supporting an independently sold stylus is accessible a lot nearer to its $1,200 retail cost.
Speed-addicted bargain trackers have absolutely that sort of decision to make at this moment, as the 5G-enabled S21 Ultra can be bought for just $899.99 straightforwardly from its maker’s official US e-store.
You don’t have to trade anything, focus on a specific mobile network operator, or go through the motions of any kind to shave the full 300 ejects the previously mentioned MSRP of the unlocked 6.8-inch gadget packing a Snapdragon 888 processor in combination with an incredible 12 gigs of RAM.
What you do need to remember is to apply the “GALAXY100” promotion code to your request prior to concluding it, which will save you an extra $100 notwithstanding the $200 moment discount accessible at the time of this writing for Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G buys.
On top of everything, you can in any case get $250 credit too towards “accessories” like smartwatches, true wireless earbuds, tablets, and even smart TVs.
To recap, you’re taking a gander at spending only 900 bucks here for one of the world’s best (and best-selling) cell phones, 5,000mAh battery, 108 + 10 + 10 + 12MP quad back confronting camera system, 120Hz Dynamic AMOLED 2X display and all, as well as a couple of clever Galaxy Buds Pro, a Wireless Charger Trio, and a Galaxy SmartTag, for example. Well that is some inconceivably difficult to beat an incentive for your cash!
What’s more, indeed, in the event that you’re pondering, this is another unequaled low cost for a phone economically several months prior and previously marked down by $200 a couple of times.
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