All of the best deals for today are now live with a notable $200 discount on the new Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G. Those discounts continue over to the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra at $400 off and Samsung’s Galaxy Tag for $20. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 sees one of the first discounts

Amazon now offers the unlocked Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G 256GB Android Smartphone for $1,600. Having just launched last month with an $1,800 price tag, today’s offer slashes $200 off in order to mark only the second notable discount to date and lowest outside of a temporary flash sale once before. As the latest flagship folding smartphone from Samsung, its new Galaxy Z Fold 5G arrives with 7.6-inch Infinity Flex display that pairs with a secondary 6.2-inch Dynamic AMOLED screen on the cover. Everything is powered by a Snapdragon 888 that is supplemented by 256GB of storage, 12GB of RAM, and a 3-sensor camera around back. You can dive into our hands-on review for a closer look.

Galaxy Note 20 Ultra gets in on savings with $400 off

After seeing the new Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G go on sale to start the week, those savings are now carrying over to another flagship handset. Amazon is now discounting the unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 128GB to $900. Down from the usual $1,300 price tag, you’re looking at the best price of the year at $400 off while beating our previous mention by $50 in the process.

With Samsung having confirmed that this year wouldn’t be seeing the introduction of a new Note handset, those wanting to go with the more capable form factor can still save on the latest version. Delivering a 6.9-inch AMOLED 2x display with 120Hz refresh rate and S Pen support, Samsung’s Note 20 Ultra is powered by a Snapdragon 865+ SoC. Around back, there’s a triple camera array that rounds out the package. You can get a closer look in our hands-on review.

Save 30% on Samsung Galaxy SmartTag

Amazon is offering the Samsung Galaxy SmartTag Tracker for $20. Normally fetching $30, you’re looking at 33% in savings with today’s offer marking the second-best price to date that has only been beaten by Prime Day.

Having launched in January, Samsung’s latest accessory brings item tracking features to your Galaxy handset. If the recent launch of AirTags have you wanting to take advantage of that feature set, SmartTag delivers. Pairing over Bluetooth, Samsung’s tracker can also connect to other Galaxy handsets in the area when the SmartTag leaves the immediate vicinity of your device. 

Samsung Galaxy S21/+/Ultra 5G hit all-time lows at up to $300 off

We’ve been tracking some incredible Samsung sales all day, and here at the end, Amazon is capping it off with the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G 256GB Android Smartphone for $950. Down from the $1,250 list price, today’s deal marks a return to the all-time low set this past Prime Day. Also available with 128GB for $899.99. Already a #1 best-seller on Amazon, the Galaxy S21 Ultra boasts a 6.8-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2x 120Hz display front and center. That’s powered by a Snapdragon 888 SoC with 12GB of RAM, alongside S Pen compatibility and all-day intelligent battery life. And for content creators, or really anyone with social media, there’s a powerful 108MP camera array on the back for filming video at up to 8K resolution, with a unique 100X zoom feature. Rated 4.6/5 stars from over 7,200 customers. Find out more in our hands-on review.

Best Buy is offering the T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S21 5G 128GB Android Smartphone for $450Down $300 from its normal going rate, today’s deal marks a new all-time low that we’ve tracked, beating out previous mention by $150. Learn more in our previous coverage. And we’re also tracking some solid savings on Samsung’s Galaxy S21+ as well, with the 256GB model starting at $750 on Amazon. Usually going for $1,000, this too matches the all-time low which we’ve only tracked once before. Arriving with a slightly smaller, though equally powerful Dynamic AMOLED 2X 120Hz display, the S21+ features a 64MP camera array for 8K video shoots, with 5G support and Samsung’s AI behind the scenes. Not sure which Android is right for you? We offer a comparison of Samsung’s latest options in our previous coverage.

HP’s Chromebook 11 is a great OTG computer at $119

Amazon is offering the HP Chromebook 11 1.1GHz/4GB/32GB for $119. Down from $230, today’s deal marks a return to the Amazon low that we’ve tracked. Something Chromebooks handle well is standby usage. You’ll find that it boots up almost instantly upon opening the lid and with its 8-core GPU, 4GB of RAM, and 32GB SSD, there’s plenty of horsepower here to run Chrome OS. The 11.6-inch HD display is covered in an anti-glare coating and features a 178-degree viewing angle. Plus, there’s a USB-A and Type-C port for expandability, built-in Wi-Fi 5, and even Bluetooth 4.2 for enhanced connectivity. Note: Shipping is delayed by a few weeks, bur ordering now locks in the discounted rate. 

Best trade-in deals

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