One of the most interesting mid-rangers released in quite some time is undoubtedly the Galaxy A50, a beautiful 6.4-incher with a lot of screen, a subtle notch, respectable processor under the hood, modern software out the box, and a very reasonable price point. What's perhaps most exciting about this device is that two major US carriers are already selling it, one of which is now offering a pretty great discount with monthly installment plans.
After barely opening sales last week at a full price of $349.99, Verizon is charging a measly $10 a month for two years (most likely for a limited time only), which amounts to a grand total of 240 bucks. That means you can save a more than decent $110 on an already extremely affordable phone with a gorgeous design and no less than three rear-facing cameras in tow.
The "catch" is you need to activate a new line of service on an existing Verizon account. Also, the savings are available as monthly bill credits, which means you'll technically still have to pay $350 at first (over 24 months), getting the $110 back in time.
But at the end of the day, this is an unusually early, decidedly attractive promotion for a decently well-reviewed handset with a super-sharp AMOLED display, solid battery life, versatile photography-taking experience, and yes, even a headphone jack on deck.