All of today’s best deals are headlined by up to $200 in savings on Samsung Galaxy S21/+/Ultra. Plus, score a new all-time low on the TicWatch Pro Wear OS Smartwatch at $130 as well as Google Pixel 3 handsets from $160. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
Samsung Galaxy S21/+/Ultra sale up to $200 off
Amazon is currently discounting Samsung’s recent lineup of unlocked Galaxy S21 Android smartphones starting at $700. Our top pick amongst the batch is the Galaxy S21 Ultra 128GB for $1,000. Normally fetching $1,200, today’s offer stacks up to $200 in savings while also matching our previous mention for the all-time low.
Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone delivers a 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2x 120Hz display that’s powered by a Snapdragon 888 SoC and backed by 12GB of RAM. Galaxy S21 Ultra also delivers the most capable camera array of the lineup with a quad-sensor system, as well as S Pen support to complete the package. You can also dive into our hands-on review for a closer look.
TicWatch Pro Wear OS Smartwatch falls to low of $130
MobvoiUS via Amazon is currently offering its TicWatch Pro Wear OS Smartwatch for $130. Down from the usual $200 going rate, today’s offer amounts to 35% in savings, is $20 under our previous mention, and marking a new all-time low.
Featuring a 1.39-inch AMOLED display, the TicWatch Pro arrives with up to 30-day battery life and onboard access to Google Assistant. And because we’re talking about a smartwatch, you’ll find the usual assortment of fitness tracking specs like sleep and heart rate monitoring, as well as GPS functionality for keeping tabs on runs.
Google Pixel 3 on sale from $160
B&H is now offering the Google Pixel 3 64GB Smartphone (Verizon Unlocked, Clearly White) for $160 and the 128GB model at $200. Originally $800+, today’s offers are matching our previous mention on a similar model and the current lowest prices we can find.
They might not be the latest models from Google, but they are still a solid option for the kids, grandparents, and more. This is a GSM+CDMA/4G LTE-compatible device with an OLED display and a 12.2MP dual-pixel rear camera with 4K/30p video capabilities alongside front-side 8MP options for standard and group selfies. Google Assistant is built-in here for voice commands and queries alongside features like Night Sight, a series of digital wellbeing functions, and more. We were big fans of it in our hands-on review, too.
Samsung Wireless Convertable Charging Pad/Stand $40
We have now spotted some notable deals on official Samsung charging solutions from $30 via Amazon. You can score the Samsung Wireless Convertible Charging Pad/Stand for $40. That’s 20% off the regular $50 price tag, matching the previous deal price, and the lowest total we can find. This one can spit out up to 9-watts of power across its dual-coil convertible design that allows it to lay flat or in an upright position for smartphones, wireless earbud cases, and more. Other features include an LED indicator will let you know if your device is using Fast Wireless Charging, LED indicators with night time dimming capabilities, and a clean minimal design.
Sennheiser’s Momentum 2 Earbuds hits all-time low at $50 off
Amazon currently offers the Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2 Earbuds for $250 in two styles. Down from its $300 going rate, today’s offer amounts to $50 in savings and matches our previous mention for the Amazon all-time low. Sennheiser’s second-generation pair of Momentum earbuds sport the same true wireless design and fabric charging case, but with added active noise cancelling and up to 28-hour playback. You’re sure to enjoy the signature Sennheiser sound, with built-in equalizer features to tweak the audio profile to your liking. You can dive into our launch coverage for closer look.
Best trade-in deals
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