Amazon’s October Prime Day Event Brings Huge Discounts to Samsung Phones

This story is part of Amazon Prime Day, CNET’s guide to everything you need to know and how to find the best deals.

Amazon is offering a slew of discounts on Samsung phones, including the flagship Galaxy S22 Ultra and the company’s latest foldables. You can get unlocked Samsung phones for up to $410 off during this Amazon Prime Day event and there are tons of other great deals which we’re covering live as they happen.

Starting with the foldable, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 is down to $1,390 from $1,800, which translates to a $410 discount. It is the best foldable device currently on the market. The company introduced an improved hinge alongside better cameras for the Fold 4. But if you need an affordable foldable cell phone, the Galaxy Z Flip 4 is the way to go. It’s down from $1,000 to $800, bringing a massive $200 in savings. 

Last year’s Galaxy Z Flip 3 is available for even less at $750. The only major difference between the Flip 4 and Flip 3 is the processor. The Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 adds battery efficiency to the latest clamshell foldable. So it’s worth spending $50 more on the Flip 4.

If you’re not going the foldable way, Samsung still has offers for you. The non-foldable flagship, Galaxy S22 Ultra is available for $890 after a good $310 off. It comes with the best zoom camera in town. No iPhone can match the 10x telephoto lens of the Galaxy S22 Ultra. I can also go up to 100x digital zoom to capture beautiful moon shots.

If you’re after a midrange device, you can get the Galaxy S21 FE for $570 after a $130 discount. You’ll get the same gorgeous 120Hz Samsung display from the flagships with a well-built phone.

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