Samsung is not doing well in the smartphone pricing market and they might be getting a lot of fans angry right now.
When the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G just launched less than six months ago, it looked like there was no beating this unit. The price range was hefty at a starting price of $1,300 but some fans of the device still shelled out the money to get it.
With the launch of the Galaxy S21 series, though, it is sure that the appeal of the older Note unit will go down a little. Thus, it was not surprising to see numerous sales around the phone.
Officially, though, Samsung has come out to run its own promotional sales for the device, pegging the price at $875. That is almost $500 off the initial price of the unit, and it has not spent a full year in the market yet. The best part is that you don’t have to trade in any old device to get the new unit.
The only caveat here is that the unit does not come unlocked. For now, you have to commit to having the phone signed to a US carrier to score that discount.
If you happen to be in the market for a new phone and you don’t mind registering with Verizon, AT&T or Sprint, this is a fine deal to look at.