Samsung Gear Sport price goes down to $160 ($120 off) at Best Buy for limited time

Samsung Gear Sport price goes down to $160 ($120 off) at Best Buy for limited time
We’re not exactly sure what smartwatches have to do with the “Big Game” or how you could use one to enhance your Super Bowl live viewing experience, but we’re definitely not going to complain about the Samsung Gear Sport being included in Best Buy’s latest special 4-Day Sale on items (loosely) related to football.

This is not the company’s newest wearable device and, by the looks of things, a direct sequel will be unveiled alongside the Galaxy S10 flagship smartphone family as a sportier, possibly cheaper alternative for the Galaxy Watch.

Be that as it may, the 160 bucks currently charged by Best Buy for a black or blue Gear Sport make this a solid bargain regardless of what might be coming next month. You’re looking at brand-new units covered by standard one-year warranties here, mind you, and you don’t have to remember to use any coupon codes before checkout.

Generally (and currently) sold by Samsung for a significantly higher $279.99, the fitness-centric smartwatch is available from Best Buy through Sunday at an even lower price than back during the Black Friday and Cyber Monday craze.

If that doesn’t impress you much, let us also mention the Samsung Gear Sport is water-resistant up to 50 meters, which means you can use this bad boy while swimming in addition to all your other daily workouts and runs.

Compatible with both iPhones and Android handsets, the relatively lightweight wearable sports a sharp 1.2-inch Super AMOLED display with 360 x 360 resolution for showing all the wrist notifications you need, while also packing a fast dual-core processor, 768MB RAM, 4GB storage space, NFC, GPS, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi functionality. Oh, and offline Spotify music playing is supported as well.

Check out the deal here


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