Samsung offers deep discounts on unlocked Galaxy A11 and A21
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Samsung has overtaken Apple
in the United States for the first time since 2017, and that's not just thanks to the boost given by its flagship lineup. The South Korean company launched a bunch of budget-friendly and mid-range smartphones throughout the year, something that might have helped a lot in achieving that goal.
Many of the cheaper Samsung
smartphones released in the US are available for purchase from multiple carriers. The Galaxy A11
and A20 are two of Samsung's Android handsets meant to appeal to customers who can't afford to pay for a flagship smartphone.
The most expensive of the two, the Galaxy A20
sells in the US for $250, while the Galaxy A11 is available for just $180. For a limited time, Samsung offers $50 discounts on both phones, which brings their prices to just $200 and $130, respectively.
More importantly, the deal isn't available just for unlocked models, so those who'd rather get a carrier-bound version can do so and still benefit from the $50 discount. Both Samsung smartphones offer great value for the money and are likely to be updated to Android 11 at some point next year.