This is with up to $900 of trade-in credit plus $100 Samsung Credit, which can be spent on accessories. Note that this price is for the 12/512GB model thanks to a free storage upgrade up from the 256GB base configuration.
If you’re not sold on foldables, the more traditional Galaxy S23+ starts at $720 – this is for the 8/512GB model as Samsung is throwing in a free memory upgrade for this one as ewll. The price can be reduced with enhanced trade-in credit, which means that you can send in multiple old devices.
Samsung picked multiple TVs to feature during the final day of the Discover week with multiple versions of the Terrace outdoor TV. But we’ll highlight the 32” Samsung Odyssey G7 gaming monitor. It has a curved WQHD display with 240Hz refresh rate (1ms response time) and is G-Sync compatible. This is basically a Tizen smart TV, so you can use game streaming services while your PC or console is powered off.
If instead you’re looking for computing power on the go, the Galaxy Book3 is $250 off this week. It’s a lightweight (3.53lbs) laptop with a 15.6” FHD+ display powered by an Intel Core i7-1360P with Arc A350M GPU and 16/512GB memory configuration.
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Thats because Samsung cant give these kind of discounts in your country without making losses. In countries like USA and India, they profit by making the phone there and selling it in masses. So even if the cut is low they can still earn huge by sell...
Samsung phones don't hold their value as well as Apple, however they are still king of Android!!
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