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Deal: Samsung Gear S3 is nearly 40% off on Amazon, comes with 1-year extended warranty

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Deal: Samsung Gear S3 is nearly 40% off on Amazon, comes with 1-year extended warranty
Despite the fact that it made its debut on the market almost three years ago, Samsung Gear S3 remains a great device. The fact that the smartwatch is selling strongly through all major retailers in the US is proof that the South Korean company did a good job with the Gear S3 series.

Although the classic model is no longer available in the US, at least officially, the Gear S3 frontier can be had from just about any retailer in the country. When it's not on sale, Samsung Gear S3 sells for no less than $300, the same price the South Korean giant asked at launch.

Luckily, you can buy the smartwatch for much less if you know where to look. For example, Samsung is now selling the Gear S3 frontier on Amazon for nearly 40% off, and to make the deal even more appealing, the company throws in a 1-year extended warranty.

The only downside is that this is the international version, which means that it will not support 2G, 3G, and LTE mobile networks. On the bright side, the smartwatch comes with US plug and is fully compatible with Android and iOS smartphones (but not tablets).

At the time of writing, only 8 units remain in stock, so you may want to hurry if you plan to get it. For more details on the smartwatch, don't forget to check out our Samsung Gear S3 frontier review.

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