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SAVE $150: The Samsung Galaxy S22 (128GB)(opens in a new tab) is on sale for $649.99 on Amazon as of Aug. 30. That’s 19% off its $799.99 MSRP and its lowest price to date.
Samsung went all in on foldables during its latest Galaxy Unpacked event at the beginning of the month. (Spoiler: They’re very good.) But if the creasing screen thing weirds you out, or if you think flip phones have no place outside of the early 2000s, you’re in luck: The company’s latest S series (non-folding) device just hit a new record-low price.
As of Aug. 30, Amazon had the entry-level Samsung Galaxy S22(opens in a new tab) with 128GB of storage priced at just $649.99. It typically retails for $799.99, so you wind up saving a cool $150 (or just under 20%).
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This pricing applies all colors except for the fun new Bora Purple variant, which cost $50 more(opens in a new tab) at the time of writing. (Still not a bad deal, honestly.) Take your pick from Phantom White, Phantom Black, Pink Gold, or Green. Just Green.
Spec-wise, the S22 boasts several notable upgrades over its predecessor (2021’s overkilled Galaxy S21), including a slick 4nm processor, a brighter 6.1-inch Dynamic AMOLED5 2X display, and a three-camera setup that adds support for Nightography and Auto Framing features. It does have a smaller battery capacity — 3,700mAh versus the S21’s 4,000mAh — but such a slight downgrade shouldn’t be a dealbreaker.
Mashable hasn’t tested the S22 itself, but tech reporter and self-proclaimed Apple devotee Jennimai Nguyen was mostly won over by the Galaxy S22+, which is basically just a slightly bigger version of the same phone. Check out her full 4/5-star review.