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.
While some of us want to grab the latest Galaxy S or Galaxy Note devices, the others opt for a more durable companion. If you belong to the latter group and need a heavy duty smartphone made by Samsung, then AT&T may have something for you. Right now the carrier is selling the Galaxy S8 Active for less than $30 per month.
Cricket Wireless recently expanded their portfolio of Android smartphones by two new Samsung phones. Quite surprisingly the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus aren’t the only devices launched to the US market last Friday. Those who find the Samsung’s freshest flagship too expensive may want to take a look at the Galaxy Amp Prime 2. Being a more affordable option for Android fans, the phone delivers Nougat experience for just $149.99.
Just two weeks after LG G6 started its international rollout, Samsung’s highly-anticipated flagship smartphones for 2017 also join the party and are finally available worldwide. The ultra-sleek Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus have just ported to several major US carriers. In addition, those who don’t like the idea of binding themselves with carrier’s contract may pre-order SIM-lock free models without long term commitments at Best Buy and B&H.
This Friday you can get a free Galaxy S7 at T-Mobile when you trade in a Galaxy S6, Galaxy Note 5 or other device
It’s this time of the year when deals and promotions pop up like mushrooms beginning with Black Friday – the busiest shopping day of the whole year. This year, however, not everyone is waiting for the Friday following Thanksgiving Day to officially start holiday shopping season. In fact, first big promotions go live this Friday, November 18, which will have its own color assigned, to make it known that it’s no ordinary Friday. This Friday will go down in history as Magenta Friday and you will be able to get a free Galaxy S7 at T-Mobile when you trade in a Galaxy S6, Galaxy Note 5 or other device. There will be other deals too.
Announced to debut in early August the Galaxy Note 7 is surely one of the most fervently anticipated premieres of the second half of 2016. The Samsung’s next premium phablet isn’t a mystery to all those who follow the mobile market leaks and rumors. So far we’ve not only seen countless rumors concerning its specs but also learnt that it will be one of the most expensive and most powerful smartphones ever. Today a new portion of leaks regarding the Galaxy Note 7 popped up the net showing the phablet on several live photos.
Just a few days ago we reported on the Samsung Galaxy J2’s upcoming premiere, today we feel glad to announce that the phone has already made its official debut accompanied by a surprisingly big phablet. As expected the Galaxy J2 is the very first Samsung’s device to come with the company’s advanced notification system, whereas the massive 7-inch Galaxy J Max is the largest currently available on the market Galaxy smartphone.
We already seen the Galaxy J2 (2016) popping the net at numerous occasion. So far the phone was caught at various benchmark sites including AnTuTu, today it leaks one more time confirming most of the expected specs. Although the phone sports rather unsurprising hardware parameters, it turns out to be the very first phone to deliver Samsung’s new notification system, called Smart Glow Notification.
There are plenty of affordable smartphones on the market but if you expect from your handset something more than just making calls, sending texts and updating Facebook, then you need a more advanced device. Such devices, however, are not cheap. In fact, if you want one of the most premium phones, then you should get ready to pay between $700 and $800, unless you find a good promotion. And we just came cross a couple of pretty sweet deals. The Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Duos and Dual-SIM Galaxy S7 have just been spotted with the cheapest price tags ever.
Remember the Galaxy Pro tablets that Samsung unveiled in early January? The company revealed pretty much everything we needed to know about the slates, except for pricing and availability. Since now, these details are no longer a mystery too. Samsung not only let us know how much its Tab Pro tablets will cost and when you will be able to get your hands on the them, but actually started taking pre-orders through its website.
Looking to get a new phone on Metro PCS? Want to change your old phone without breaking the bank? Visiting a Metro PCS online store could be your best answer. For a limited time, Metro PCS offers up to $100 discounts on select Samsung smartphones as a part of the promotion “Get Ready for a Winterland”. The offer includes the latest models on carrier’s store: Galaxy S III and Galaxy Admire 4G plus its predecessor Samsung Admire.
Metro PCS has just added a new device to its collection of compact and affordable Android smartphones with 4G LTE support. The latest addition to its portfolio is the Samsung Galaxy Admire 4G, which is a follow-up to the Galaxy Admire that was launched last year. It comes with faster 1GHz processor, increased display to 3.6-inches and added front-facing camera. Today the phone became available online, tomorrow will arrive to carrier’s local stores. The phone can be yours for just $169.99 and comes without contract which is a big plus.
Apart from the Galaxy S4 speculated to arrive in April, it looks like Samsung may have another surprise for us soon. The company is reportedly preparing to announce a new addition to its Galaxy family of Android devices – the Samsung Galaxy Pocket Plus. This entry-level handset, a successor to the original Galaxy Pocket was first spotted in a leaked ROM back in October and the only thing for now what makes us almost certain is that the device will run Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box.
It is not the first time that we hear rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S III successor – the Galaxy S4. More and more information is coming out and today we have a fresh dose of rumors about the latest Samsung creation. It is now almost certain that the Samsung Galaxy S4 is being worked on, and it probably has already a working name – Project J. Some sources hits that Samsung might be introducing the Samsung Galaxy S4 as soon as April next year, which would mark 11 months since the launch of the Galaxy S III.
Samsung’s new smartphone, the Galaxy Axiom, quietly arrived at US Cellular. There was no big party or much fuss on the side of either the manufacturer or the carrier, but then again, the Galaxy Axiom is a mid-range device with quite decent specs but nothing overly exciting – its biggest advantage being the price. US Cellular is selling the handset for $79.99 with two-year contract, or $399 if you do not want to get tied down to one carrier for 2 years. For now the phone is available online only, and will hit the stores at the end of this week.
Well, that was fast. Just few days ago we brought you news about $50 cheaper Samsung Galaxy Note II for AT&T at Amazon, and today we came across even better deal on Amazon again. The same phone is now for sale at $174.99 which is the best price tag for the Galaxy Note II ever spotted. This is $125 lower than at AT&T store. What’s more, this price is valid for new customers only. Existing customers willing to upgrade will have to shell out $199.99 which is still a $100 of substantial savings. The retailer does not mention when the offer expires, therefore we recommend to take advantage of the offer quickly.
more info: Amazon
The name Samsung Galaxy Stratosphere 2 started circulating a while ago, about two weeks to be more exact. Since there was no official launch date, all we knew was that it was going to be available “soon”. And guess what? Looks like the phone is all ready for purchase patently waiting at Verizon Wireless stores. If you sign a 2-year contract the Samsung Galaxy Stratosphere 2 will be yours for $129.99 after $50 online discount. If you do no want to be tied to Verizon for 2 years, you will have to pay the full retail price which reads $449.99.
Looking to buy a Samsung Galaxy Note II on AT&T? Then your best bet is to head to Amazon Wireless store Today. For a limited time the online retailer is offering the Galaxy Note II at a $50 discount from the carrier’s own price. The most sophisticated phablet on market today is going to cost you $249.99, which is the lowest price point since the phone has been released. The phone is available in two color versions: Titanium Gray and Marble White. The offer is eligible on two-year contracts for either new connections or upgrades. The retailer did not disclose when the offer expires, therefore we recommend to take advantage of the offer till it lasts.
more info: Amazon
AT&T’s offer has just expanded with a new Android smartphone – the Samsung Galaxy Express. Equipped with a 4.5-inch Super AMOLED Plus display, dual-core 1.5 GHz Snapdragon S4 processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB internal memory, 4G LTE and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the handset is a great option for those looking for a reasonably priced upgrade. Starting today, the Samsung Galaxy Express is available at AT&T website and in select local stores for $99.99 with a new 2-year contract.
Samsung Galaxy S II is available in select Virgin Mobile retail stores and online. Virgin Mobile is selling the phone in black and white versions for $369.99 without contract.The defining feature of this Ice Cream Sandwich Android smartphone powered by dual-core 1.2GHz processor is its 4.52-inch Super AMOLED Plus touch screen.
Other features include 4G LTE capability, 16GB internal memory, 8 megapixel camera with 1080 p HD video recorder, 2 megapixel fron-facing camera, Wi-Fi hotspot enabled, and expandable memory up to 32GB. Well, interested?