September 28, 2022

There are some great deals on Samsung Galaxy smartphones at Amazon for Amazon Prime Day, including big savings on the flagship Samsung Galaxy S22 smartphone.

Samsung Galaxy S22: $560

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There are a few notable new features on the Samsung Galaxy S22+, but the one most users will probably enjoy is the upgraded camera. Another useful feature of the Samsung Galaxy S22 is its Gorilla Glass Victus Plus construction. Glass now spans the front and the back of the phone. It’s a more protective design, and it feels more premium as well. (Previous models have had plastic backs.)

Still undecided? Here’s everything you need to know about the Galaxy S22, 22+ and Ultra.

Samsung Galaxy S22 (128 GB), $560 (reduced from $800) 


Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra: $910

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The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra includes the newest tech features offered by the S22 in a larger size. The S22 Ultra features a 6.8″ screen compared to the standard S22’s 6.1″ screen. It also offers a 40MP front camera compared to the standard 10MP front camera for better selfies. The back camera is also enhanced with a better wide angle camera and stronger zoom functionality. 

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra (256 GB), $910 (reduced from $1,300) 

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra (512 GB), $980 (reduced from $1,400) 


Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G: $700

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What’s so great about the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G? Well, aside from the eye-catching folding design — the phone measures just 4.3 inches (diagonally) when folded shut — it features a blazing-fast processor, 8 GB of RAM, IPX8 water resistance and aluminum-body construction. The foldable design (with Flex Mode) is great for taking hands-free selfies. The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G also features a 1.9-inch cover screen that displays notifications and time without you needing to fold open the phone.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G (128 GB), $700 (reduced from $1,000) 

You can upgrade to 256 GB of storage for just $35 more.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G (256 GB), $735 (reduced from $1,050)

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