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Best Prime Day phone deals still available in 2022

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Prime Day deals are officially finished for this year, but there are still some bargain prices floating around if you know where to look. We’ve got all the best sale prices lined up here along with some insight into why you may wish to buy the phones we’ve selected. Read on while we take you through the pick of the Prime Day phone deals before they’re gone.

OnePlus Nord N200 5G — $180, was $240

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Why Buy

  • The next generation of mobile internet at a great price
  • Good specs at a great price
  • 90Hz refresh rate
  • Decent design

Before we get into the higher end phones (and larger prices), we wanted to highlight a good budget phone that’s also seen strong discount in the Prime Day phone deals.The OnePlus Nord N200 may not be the phone on everyone’s lips, but it is a smartphone with a decent triple-lens camera setup, and a moderately powerful processor. Don’t get us wrong, you’re not going to be snapping any art masterpieces or playing the latest 3D games on this, but they’re still good enough for the price. It really pushes the envelope with its 90Hz refresh rate and 5G support, neither of which is common at this price bracket. So while you’re very much paying for a budget phone, you get some higher-end features thrown in as well.

Google Pixel 6 — $599, was $699

Pixel 6 wallpaper options screen.
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Why Buy

  • Great camera
  • Colorful and vibrant screen
  • Years of software updates ahead
  • The purest Android 12 experience

The Google Pixel 6 offers the peak Android 12 experience thanks to it being a Google phone. Utilizing Google’s first processor, the Google Tensor, it offers a speedy experience that makes it one of the more tempting Prime Day phone deals around. One of its best features is its cameras. It has a 50MP rear camera that is able to capture 150% more light for photos, leading to richer colors and more detail. Alongside that, you get great tools like Magic Eraser so you can remove anything you don’t want to see in a photo, along with a great Portrait Mode too. Elsewhere, you get cool features like At a Glance which shows you the apps and info you need when you need it, along with Live Translate which can translate up to 55 languages effortlessly. With all-day battery life, a fantastic 6.4-inch display, and five years of updates, the Google Pixel 6 is a great all-rounder in this price range.

Google Pixel 6 Pro — $699, was $899

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Why buy

  • Powerful processor
  • Advanced camera system
  • All-day battery life
  • Long software support

The Google Pixel 6 Pro is the enhanced version of the Google Pixel 6 and it packs in so many excellent features that it’s worthy of a place among the best phones right now. It uses the powerful Google Tensor processor to perform admirably, while there’s also a tremendously advanced camera system. With a main sensor that captures 150% more light than before, along with 4x optical zoom, as well as wide and ultrawide lenses, the Google Pixel 6 Pro is great for avid photographers. There’s also the very cool Magic Eraser feature that can remove unwanted parts of an image, along with Face Unblur which clarifies faces to make snapshots sharper. With extensive software support for five years, along with a great Android 12 experience, the Google Pixel 6 Pro is the kind of phone that will soon become a reliable part of your setup.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 — $700, was $1,000

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Why buy

  • Distinctive looking
  • Beautiful screen
  • Truly compact
  • Water-resistant

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 is a highly eye-catching folding smartphone. While previous folding smartphones may have been delicate and prone to damage, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 offers up a tougher body while incorporating a smaller design. The closed phone offers a Cover Screen which is a small 1.9-inch Super AMOLED panel, while once upon, you get a 6.7-inch 120Hz dynamic AMOLED screen with a 22:9 aspect ratio and 2640 x 1080 resolution. The display looks great and is smooth to use, reducing eyestrain. Elsewhere, you get a camera similar to the Galaxy S21 with two 12MP cameras on the back, with one being wide-angle and both including Optical Image Stabilization. For selfies, there’s a 10MP camera. Performance-wise, count on a speedy phone that offers similarly speedy charging, so you can get on with your day alongside this delightful-looking device.

Samsung Galaxy S22+ — $735, was $1,050

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Why buy

  • Great display
  • Excellent camera
  • 8K video recording
  • Long lasting battery

The Samsung Galaxy S22+ might not feature as one of the best Samsung phones but it’s a worthy upgraded Galaxy phone. It offers a 6.6-inch Dynamic AMOLED display that looks fantastic, with HDR 10+ certification ensuring colors pop and you get deep blacks. With its full HD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate, browsing is smooth with navigation across the board looking pretty great. The Samsung Galaxy S22+ is capable of taking photos at night with crystal clear and bright images at all times. Portrait Mode helps auto-detect and adjust accordingly for people’s faces, while a 50MP resolution ensures all images look super crisp. With other features like a long-lasting battery and adaptive color contrast, the Samsung Galaxy S22+ is the phone that keeps on giving. It even offers up to 8K video recording if you want to capture video in eye-popping detail.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra — $840, was $1,200

The rear panel of the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra.
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Why buy

  • The ultimate Android phone right now
  • Fantastic camera
  • Excellent screen
  • Includes S Pen stylus

The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is all the phone you could need for years, boasting some phenomenal specifications. Easily topping our look at the best Android phones, the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra has it all. In particular, its camera is amazing with a resolution of up to 108MP and a zoom that can genuinely take a photo of the moon at night. It’s backed up by some great software features that ensure you get vibrant colors, excellent balance, and no risk of a wobbly snap. Single Take mode is a true highlight with the phone’s AI able to generate multiple images and videos from a short video, picking out the best ones for your needs. Elsewhere, you get a gorgeous screen, plus an embedded S Pen stylus so that you can sketch out designs or manipulate things with greater accuracy than your finger. Almost like a tablet as well as a phone, this is a highlight of the Prime Day phone deals.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 — $1,090, was $1,800

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 in hand.

Why buy

  • Highly durable for a foldable phone
  • Expansive screen
  • Nearly invisible camera
  • Ideal for multitasking

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 is easily one of the best folding phones money can buy. Unlike previous folding phones, it has far improved screen durability and IXP8 waterproofing so it feels safer to use all the time like a regular phone. It’s a 6.2-inch phone that folds out to offer a 7.6-inch AMOLED display that is made with Corning Gorilla Glass Victus. The fold is barely noticeable with the screens also accompanied by Dolby Atmos and stereo speakers. A refresh rate of 120Hz keeps the action silky smooth as well. The under-display camera proves useful while you can split the screen into three apps and then open five more via pop-up to be the multitasking fan’s idea of heaven. With 12MP telephoto, 12MP wide-angle, and 12MP ultra-wide-angle cameras, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 is a fantastic blending of style and practicality.

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