Galaxy S8 Active. That's actually still the most recent "Active" high-ender released by Samsung (and there's no word on a Galaxy S10 Active yet), packing a respectably speedy Snapdragon 835 processor and 4GB RAM at $229.99 on Woot.All three veterans are on sale today only at incredibly low prices in refurbished condition, along with the newer and tougher
Galaxy S8, the Active variant comes with a flat 5.8-inch screen, some extra bezels, as well as a plastic back and corner bumpers protecting the device from damage caused by hard drops.The GSM-only 64GB rugged handset is available in a Meteor Gray paint job, fully supporting networks like AT&T and T-Mobile and shipping alongside a standard 90-day warranty from Amazon subsidiary Woot. Unlike the "regular"
If you're not into rugged designs or simply don't have 230 bucks to spend, a "scratch & dent" Galaxy S7 can be purchased for as little as $114.99 in black and gold colors with both GSM and Verizon compatibility or $119.99 in black only with GSM-only connectivity. The Galaxy S6, meanwhile, is on sale starting at $89.99 with 32GB storage and $99.99 in a 64 gig configuration, with the S5 available for a measly $69.99 for use on GSM carriers and Verizon.
All these oldies come with a 90-day seller warranty and the promise of flawless functionality, having apparently been tested and certified as "fully working." Cosmetically, of course, a number of flaws are to be expected, including "moderate" scratches, dents, and dings.