If you want a hot new Samsung smartphone, you’re probably excited about next month’s big Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Z Flip unveiling. But if you want a hot new Samsung smartphone that costs less than around $1,000, you know that there’s nothing coming for you next month. Instead, check out Amazon’s current deal on the Samsung Galaxy A50, an awesome all-screen smartphone that is factory unlocked so you can use it with any carrier. Head over to Amazon right now and you can pick one up for only $299.98!
Samsung Galaxy A50 US Version Factory Unlocked Cell Phone with 64GB Memory, 6.4″ Screen, Black,…: $299.98
The Samsung Galaxy S20 series is Samsung’s upcoming mainstream flagship series, and everyone is looking forward to Android’s top OEM game changer. Many were surprised when Samsung decided to change its naming scheme and drop the Galaxy S11 moniker in favour of Galaxy S20.
Two separate Twitter sources by leaksters, @IceUniverse and @MMDJ, both tweeted that the purported device’s name is Galaxy S20. This wouldn’t be out of the ordinary as Huawei did the same thing last year with Huawei P20 – which was expected to be P11 instead.
Samsung’s next major launch event, Samsung Unpacked 2020, is just a few weeks from happening. Scheduled for [...]
Being made of glass, the screens on our smartphones break all too often, and getting that fixed can be an expensive affair. For a limited time, though, Sprint is offering screen repairs on select Samsung Galaxy devices for under $50, even if you’re on another carrier.
It’s still New Year’s resolution time (right?), and that means plenty of us are trying to keep an eye on our fitness goals. If you’ve been hitting the gym, though, you know it can get grunty in there. Luckily, Samsung has a deal to help drown out the gym noise and track your hard work in the process: pick up a Galaxy Fit along with a pair of Galaxy Buds in Aura Glow Silver for a crazily low $150 ($80 off). Read More
Start working off that winter blubber with the Samsung Galaxy Fit and Buds for just $150 ($80 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.