Last week we found out about Black Friday deals for 2017 prepared for us by Target, Best Buy and Walmart. Today, Samsung joined the fun and unveiled their bargains for this year shopping feast. Offering plethora of fantastic discounts, the Samsung’s sale seems to be one of the biggest attraction of this holiday season. The list of devices covered by the promo includes the entire range of Galaxy smartphones and tablets.
Samsung Black Friday offer includes sweet deals on Galaxy S8, S8 Plus and Galaxy Note 8 with freebies
BestBuy is on the roll, slashes prices on Galaxy S8, S8 Plus and Note 8 by $250 if you don’t mind installments, AT&T and Verizon
It doesn’t come as a big surprise that the Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and the Note 8 are some of the most popular Android handsets currently available on the market. If you – like millions of other tech buffs worldwide – think that your life would be much better with one of those flagships in your pocket, right now you can grab one from BestBuy with up to a $250 discount, providing that you have nothing against AT&T or Verizon installment plans.
If you happen to hunt for a lucrative deal on the Galaxy Note 8, Best Buy has an offer you may be interested in. The big retailer allows to save a $150 if you buy the Galaxy Note 8, but it has to be either AT&T or Verizon branded model. Considered one of the biggest Android-based power beasts, the Galaxy Note 8 is certainly one of the most wanted smartphones of this season and it is quite hard to find a good deal on this one.
Priced at something round $930, the Samsung’s new Note 8 is unquestionably one of the most expensive smartphones on the market today. But if you’re happen to be a T-Mobile subscriber looking for the Samsung’s latest phablet, you may be able to get the second phone for free. If you don’t want two Note 8 phones you can opt for a free Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus instead. But you need to meet T-Mobile’s specific requirements. Let’s take a closer look at the offer.
Unveiled last Wednesday, the Galaxy Note 8 was one of the most frequently rumored and speculated handset since the Note 7 failure. It was so widely covered in leaks that it hardly had any features we wouldn’t know of before the premiere, except the final pricing tag. Now since the Note 8 is open for pre-order the specific carrier’s pricing is finally no more a mystery. Wondering how much you will be charged for the phone at AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint or Verizon? Or perhaps you opt for an unlocked Samsung model? Here’s everything you should know about the Samsung’s recent phablet flagship pricing.
Samsung announced Galaxy Note 8 with edge to edge display and best features an Android phone can offer today
Earlier today at its special Unpacked event in NYC Samsung finally took the wraps off of the new Galaxy Note 8. Even though many of us will consider it simply a bigger version of the Galaxy S8, the phablet comes with several surprisingly fresh features its users with fall in love with. Except for an impressive edge-to-edge display with stylus-enabled input, the device offers stunning camera and extremely powerful hardware.
Scheduled to officially debut on August 23rd, the Galaxy Note 8 is one of the most frequently rumored devices in recent weeks. According to most recent leaks, Samsung is going to launch a special edition of the upcoming phablet flagship. Called the Emperor Edition, the device will come with 8GB RAM and 256GB of built-in storage and we cross our fingers that won’t explode due to so much power under the hood.
Earlier this week, Samsung started to send out invitations to its next Unpacked event held like always in New York City. This time conference is scheduled to August 23rd. The news keeps in line with the South Korean tech giant’s announcement issued last week, in which the company revealed that they soon plan to took the wraps off of its newest phablet flagship.
One of the most anticipated phablets of this year, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, unexpectedly turned into the biggest flaw. It’s not even that the phone had some glitch in the software or specs weaker than expected. It was far worse than that – the device was dangerous to use which resulted in global recall of the handset. It was responsible and the only possible move but one that Note 7 users are not likely to forget soon. However, the company is not giving up that easily and just announced that will offer the Galaxy Note 8 at half the price for some Galaxy Note 7 owners.