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Save big on Samsung Galaxy phones, tablets, and more during Black Friday

Samsung's Galaxy brand is home to a wide array of various gadgets. Whether you're shopping for a new Android phone, smartwatch, or wireless earbuds, there's something in the Samsung Galaxy ecosystem that can fit the bill perfectly. So if you're looking to up your Galaxy game without going broke this holiday season, check out the top Black Friday deals that are available right now!

Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro | $53 off at Amazon

From $146 at Amazon

If you want an exceptional listening experience, look no further than the Galaxy Buds Pro. They offer a sleek design, intuitive touch controls, and they pair instantly with your Galaxy smartphones and tablets, seamlessly switching between the two when necessary. Right now, Amazon is offering the ANC earbuds at more than $50 off their original price.

The Galaxy S21 is a highlight among all the Samsung Galaxy deals currently available, but of course, it's far from the only thing that's on sale. Just about every major Galaxy product is discounted to some degree right now, meaning you have plenty of options to choose from.

Although Black Friday technically isn't here yet, many retailers and manufacturers have started slashing prices on their stuff — including Samsung. But if the S21 isn't the Galaxy you're searching for, there are a few other deals you should keep in mind.

The best Samsung Galaxy Black Friday deals

Smartphone deals

Samsung Galaxy S21 5G | Huge Trade in Offers at Samsung

From $250 at Samsung

If you want a great Samsung smartphone without breaking the bank, look no further than the Galaxy S21. With its 6.2-inch display, it's small enough to fit comfortably in most people's hands, and it offers many of the best features found in the more premium Galaxy S21 Ultra. Samsung is offering up to $550 in trade-in credits for your current phone right now.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra | Half-off at Samsung

From $600 at Samsung

If you want to supercharge your Galaxy experience and take it to the next level, look no further than the Galaxy S 21 Ultra. It has a massive 6.8-inch display, three top-notch cameras, and a large battery. There's also S Pen support which is a handy addition and allows you to draw, take notes, and much more depending on which model you get.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 | Huge trade-in deals at Samsung

From $400 at Samsung

The new Galaxy Z Flip 3 takes smartphone chic to another level, thanks to its compact flip design. It's got an impressive spec sheet and is even water-resistant and more durable. Samsung launched the Z Flip 3 at a lower price than its predecessor, but now you can snag it for even less than half its launch price with an eligible trade-in.

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE | $100 off at Samsung

From $250 at Samsung

Moving to something more affordable, we have to talk about the Galaxy S20 FE. You're getting all of the core features of the regular S20, but you end up paying considerably less money thanks to a plastic back and slightly lesser cameras. Even in 2021, the S20 FE is still a great phone and worth a look.

Tablet deals

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 | Huge trade-in deals at Samsung

From $350 at Samsung

Samsung's Galaxy Tab S7 is one of the best Android tablets you can buy in 2021, hands down. It has a stunning design, capable specs across the board, and comes with an S Pen included for free so you can start drawing or sketching right out of the box. With this deal from Samsung, the Tab S7 can be yours for just $350 with an eligible trade-in.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ | $130 off at Amazon

From $719 at Amazon

Like what you see with the Tab S7 but wish it offered just a little more? That's what you get with the Tab S7+. It has a larger and more vibrant display, a larger battery, and all other features that make the regular Tab S7 so darn good. And right now, it's being offered with a $160 discount, which is definitely worth a look.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE | $30 off at Amazon

$500 at Amazon

This year, one of the most impressive tablets has been the Galaxy Tab S7 FE, thanks to its strong spec sheet and affordable price tag. While the 64GB variant was already a steal at its regular $530 price, right now, you can get it with a $30 discount from Amazon.

Smartwatch deals

Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 | $31 off at Amazon

$219 at Amazon

Samsung's latest smartwatch, the Galaxy Watch 4, is just about the best Android smartwatch we've ever seen, especially with Wear OS 3 onboard. It has a sleek design, great battery life, robust health features, and its capacitive bezel for navigating the software is pure magic. All of those features come at a cost, but right now, with a savings of $30, the Watch 3 stings a little less.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic | $30 off at Amazon

$300 at Amazon

The Galaxy Watch 4 Classic takes Samsung's best smartwatch and puts it in a classic watch design. The physical rotating bezel makes it incredibly easy to navigate the device without using your finger. Right now, you can snag the Watch 4 Classic for $30 off.

Earbud deals

Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro | $53 off at Amazon

$146 at Amazon

After years of refining its vision of what true wireless earbuds should be, 2021 saw the release of the Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro. Not only are they among the sleekest earbuds on the market, but the Buds Pro are also just darn good in basically every way — they sound amazing, have long battery life, great ANC, and are incredibly comfy to wear. For a limited time, they're $50 cheaper than usual, so if you haven't picked up a pair yet, now's the perfect opportunity to do so.

Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 | $20 off at Amazon

$130 at Amazon

If the Galaxy Buds Pro are too much for you, the Galaxy Buds 2 take the same great design and much of the same features and puts them in a cheaper package. You still get incredible ANC and great battery life, and now you can grab the earbuds for $20 off.

Samsung's Galaxy ecosystem is one of the most expansive around, and as you can see by this list, many of the top entries in it can be yours for a lot less money than normal. Whether it's a great new Android phone or an affordable tablet, there's something for everyone here.

We expect more Black Friday deals and savings to come in as November approaches, so if there's nothing here you feel compelled to buy, keep checking back as more are added. However, if there is a deal that's caught your attention, you better act fast. These savings won't last for long, and with many retailers expected to have shipping delays this holiday season, you'll want to buy sooner rather than later.



Source: androidcentral

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