Samsung’s Galaxy S20 Ultra Finally Gets a Discount – Unlocked Flagship Is on Sale for $300 Off for a Very Limited Time
Remember the last time the Galaxy S20 Ultra received a discount? We don’t either, because there was no discount offered on the flagship, until today. Samsung’s behemoth-sized smartphone is $300 off on Amazon, meaning you can pick it up for $1,099, down from $1,399. Now there are lots of reasons why you’d want the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
Firstly, it sports a massive 6.9-inch display. That’s practically going into tablet territory, and with that screen size, you have ample real estate to play games, consume content, and with that 120Hz refresh rate, it’s going to be a buttery smooth experience for the user. You can also switch between the 120Hz and 60Hz refresh rates if you want to conserve battery life.
You won’t be limited to performance either, as the flagship is powered by a Snapdragon 865 and is paired with 12GB LPDDR5 RAM plus 128GB of UFS 3.0 storage. This model is also unlocked, so you’ll be able to run it on any major U.S. carrier without experiencing network issues. In addition, the Galaxy S20 Ultra is also 5G compatible with sub-6GHz and mmWave networks, so you’ll experience blazing-fast connectivity speeds when browsing, streaming, or downloading.
Then, you have that capable camera, which provides a combination of ultrawide, telephoto, and regular cameras to provide an extreme level of versatility. The Galaxy S20 Ultra can also record 8K video at 24FPS, while the front side houses a 40MP sensor. Also, you won’t have to worry about battery life even with the 120Hz refresh rate and 5G modem active because that 5000mAh cell will be more than sufficient to last you the entire day.
So how about it? A super-sized flagship from Samsung that costs $300 less on Amazon for the first time? It’s definitely a deal you don’t want to pass. Unfortunately, at the time of writing, there are just 22 hours remaining for the deal to expire, so you’d best act fast.
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