7 last minute Samsung deals to shop before Prime Day ends

As this Prime Day comes to an end, we’re still seeing some truly amazing deals on some of the best tech from the most formidable brands on the market. To help you sift through the best last-minute Prime Day deals, especially for all you Android fans, we’ve collected the eight best Samsung deals all in one place. See our list below for some of the best true wireless earbuds, 4K TVs, Chromebooks, Galaxy Smartphones, Galaxy Tabs, and more. Prime Day is your chance to stock up on Samsung products, so have at it before these unprecedented discounts disappear later tonight:

Samsung Galaxy Buds — $89, was $130

Now, more than ever, we need to get away from it all, even when we can’t leave our own houses. That’s why a pair of noise-canceling earbuds have become almost essential, and the Samsung Galaxy Buds true wireless earbuds are some of the best. Whether you just want to isolate with your music, or you need to have an important Zoom call, the noise-canceling tech in the buds has a feature called Ambient Aware, so you can move and work in total silence should you choose. At the same time, if you decide you’d like to allow some outside noise to infiltrate your space (meetings, traffic), so that you can be more aware of your surroundings, this same technology permits that. And the sound quality is phenomenal; AKG technology promises an amazing dynamic range and precise sound accuracy because of individual tweeters and woofers inside of each earbud. With these buds, you get precise, beautiful sound, and a truly wireless experience that looks great too.

Samsung Galaxy Buds+ — $119, was $150

If you want the same seamless Bluetooth technology as the Galaxy Buds, but some more features, the Samsung Galaxy Buds+ are for you. With the Galaxy Buds+, you get better sound quality and a three-microphone system (two of which are employed to work against ambient noise and augment vocal transmission), which makes these well worth the money if a good deal of your time is spent on calls, Zoom or other. There’s also better battery life and faster charging; if you’re doing a quick charge using the case, you only need to charge up for 3 minutes for an entire hour of battery life. Like their predecessors, these have advanced Bluetooth tech, a streamlined, subtle design that fits magically into your ears, easy-tap controls, and works like a dream with Android-compatible devices.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 — $100, was $150

Galaxy Tabs are some of the best android tablets out there and this one is both incredibly practical and affordable. The 8-inch 1280 x 800 touchscreen is extremely responsive and crystal clear; it’s great for watching Netflix or handling your day-to-day Zoom calls. The Android 9.0 (Pie) operating system runs seamlessly and helps make sure both those calls, and your content, will run without interruption. Speaking of those calls, there are dual cameras for photos as well as face-to-face chat; there’s an 8MP rear camera, and a 2MP front camera with1080p HD video recording. Perhaps the best news for this tablet, you get 13 hours of battery life from a single charge. That means that whether you’re using the Galaxy Tab A for work or for play, you’ll have its functions all the live-long day.

Samsung Galaxy A51 — $324, was $400

Bigger than the already excellent Galaxy A50, the Galaxy A51 is an incredibly affordable all-around smartphone with some excellent features. It has a stunning 6.5-inch Super AMOLED screen, which shows stunning images over its 2,340 x 1,080 pixels. It’s great for watching movies and web browsing. The inside tech is great too, powered by Samsung’s Exynos 9611 processor, backed up with 4GB of RAM. The OS is seamless as you can cycle through countless apps and tabs. And the camera can’t be beaten. You get a 48-megapixel main sensor, along with a 12-megapixel ultrawide sensor, a 5-megapixel macro sensor, and a 5-megapixel depth sensor. As we’re spending more and more time on video calls — at home, at work, and in between — this is fantastic news. It’s the most reliable and versatile camera experience we can find on a phone in this price range.

70-inch Samsung 6 Series 4K TV — $530, was $750

The new centerpiece of your home theater system. Ever since seeing new movies in theaters stopped being attractive an option, we’ve been wondering how to imitate that experience. Well here’s the solution. This is one of the most brilliant 4K TVs out there. The clear images originate with 4K Crystal Processor, which is super fast and transforms everything you watch into stunning 4K. The screen itself relies on Crystal Display, which allows you to see a wide spectrum of crystal-clear colors. Images are delivered precisely, with crisp tones and nuanced shades. And it boasts Motion Rate 120, which will give you uninterrupted, beautiful fast action in all your scenes and games. And, naturally, this Smart TV can handle all the contemporary requests you can throw at it: Browse, stream, and more with Tizen, Samsung’s ultra Smart TV OS. Not long ago, 4K TVs this size were in the thousands of dollars; right now you can grab one for only $530.

Samsung Galaxy S20 5G — $750, was $1,000

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One of the best Android phones, especially in terms of its camera. The Samsung Galaxy S20 is your new best friend at work and at home, especially since Zoom and videoconferencing have started dominating our lives. In terms of video, it records in 4K at 60 frames per second, which will produce gorgeous, uninterrupted footage on your super AMOLED display. The cameras include a 32-megapixel,12-megapixel ultra-wide camera, a 12-megapixel wide-angle camera pointing outward, and an 8-megapixel telephoto camera. These cameras have professional-grade lenses for the most stunning portraits and picturesque landscapes. And on top of this they have 3X optical zoom for the most precise close-ups, and then 30X Space Zoom when you’re far but want to get in close. There’s USB-C access for lightning-fast charging as well as transfers, an all-day battery, and 138GB of space. Underlying all this is 5G compatibility, making this the phone of the future, for less.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 5G — $750, was $1,000

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A bigger and badder phone than the Galaxy S20, the real prize feature of the Galaxy Note 20, the game-changer, is the S pen. And then there’s the screen. You’ll be looking at a 6.7-inch Dynamic AMOLED screen with a 1440 x 3088-pixel resolution, and a variable 120Hz refresh rate. That refresh rate is what really gets us.  All the motion you’ll see, no matter what you’re watching or playing, comes across smoothly and without interruption on the interface. It gives games a whole new feel and almost intuitive with response to your touch.  Backing this up is a hyper-fast processor, the fastest that Samsung has allowed for Galaxy devices up to this one.  The cameras are impressive as well: It’s got a 64-megapixel main camera and a 10MP selfie camera. At the end of the day, this means brighter, more beautiful pictures in all kinds of color. On top of all this, there’s 128GB storage space for all your files and content, and 5G capabilities for all your future needs.

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