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ET Deals: Save Up To $800 When You Pre-Order Samsung’s New Galaxy S21 5G Smartphone

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The Samsung Galaxy S21 5G is Samsung’s official new flagship smartphone with performance that rivals the best phones money can buy. This phone still won’t launch for a couple more weeks but you can pre-order it now and save up to $ 800. Depending on the offer you take, you may even be able to receive up to a $ 200 gift card as well.

Just like the Galaxy S20, Samsung will offer three versions of the Galaxy S21 that mostly differ in size and a small number of features. All three phones are the same at heart relying on the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC to drive performance to rival Apple’s iPhone 12. The base model Galaxy S21 5G ships with a plastic back, a 6.2-inch 1080p Dynamic AMOLED display and a 4,000mAh battery. The Galaxy S21+ 5G improves on these features slightly by moving to a larger 6.7-inch 1080p display and switching to a glass back, but it’s otherwise quite similar to the base model.

The high-end Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G outstrips the others by a fair bit by featuring better cameras, a larger battery, a higher resolution screen and several other improvements too numerous to list here. If you’re looking to get one of these phones, for the lowest price, you’re best option is to trade-in your existing phone, which could neat you up to $ 800 towards your new device from AT&T. Verizon and Samsung aren’t offering quite as much cash towards your new phone with the trade-in, but they are Samsung gift cards that can be used towards future purchases to help sweeten the pot.

Samsung will officially release all three models of the Galaxy S21 5G on January 29, so pre-order now and you can be among the first to try out one of these powerful new phones.

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