Amazon is selling Samsung's unlocked Galaxy Z Flip 4 at up to a crazy $300 discount
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It's the Monday before Thanksgiving, ladies and gentlemen, which essentially means Black Friday is here for all most intents and purposes, as a large number of major US retailers are already selling many of the best phones (and not only phones) out there at their incredibly low holiday prices.
While most of these festive sales are pretty... well-organized and compact, with the same product fetching the exact same price across virtually all stores around the nation, Amazon appears to have made a habit of running random deals at random times beating every other reputable retailer.
Samsung's Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 clamshell powerhouse with twice the local digital hoarding room.The e-commerce giant, for instance, is currently charging a whopping 300 bucks less than usual for an unlocked 256GB Galaxy Z Flip 4 5G in a single "Graphite" colorway. The 128 gig storage configuration is "only" marked down by $200, mind you, and the same goes for all other chromatic flavors of
A $200 discount (with no trade-in, upfront carrier activation, or other strings attached) is offered across the board on Samsung's official US website and at retailers like Best Buy at the moment, so Amazon's killer new promotion is indeed special... and totally random.
Black Friday Galaxy deals of this holiday shopping season? It's never wise to be certain of such things ahead of time, but, yeah, we do believe that's surely going to be the case.Will it remain one of the greatest
To be clear, Amazon is giving you the absolutely unprecedented opportunity right now to purchase a 256 gig Z Flip 4 at a lower price than a 128GB model, and you don't need to jump through any hoops whatsoever... if you hurry.
Something tells us this deal isn't going to last long, although there's obviously also a chance it will eventually expand to other color options, the other storage variant, and maybe even other retailers. But are you willing to risk missing out on the $300 discount?