Samsung's Black Friday deals are (almost) here.
Black Friday just starts earlier and earlier every year, and as is now the norm Samsung is pre-announcing its deals before the sale even starts. Over at its Black Friday deals page, you'll find an incredible number of deals across mobile, home entertainment, appliances, accessories and more.
You'll have to spend a good amount of time going through each of the sections to see the biggest discounts and worth-while deals, but here are a few of the highlights from a mobile perspective:
- Gear S3 (Frontier or Classic) for $299, $50 off
- Gear Fit2 (Large or Small) for $149, $30 off
- Gear VR (2015 model) for $69, $30 off
- Galaxy Tab S2 9.7" keyboard case for $74, $75 off
- 128GB microSDXC EVO+ card for $57, $32 off
- Level On Wireless headphones for $129, $70 off
Many of the remaining mobile deals offer decent discounts, but for devices we wouldn't really recommend at this point. For example you can get a certified pre-owned Galaxy Note 3 for $249, a Note 4 for $399 or a Galaxy S6 for $399 — good prices, but for phones that have little or no support life left. You can also get various Tab A and Tab E tablets ... which really aren't great deals considering the high-end year-old Tab S2 line can be found at a discount regularly today.
Don't buy a certified pre-owned Galaxy Note 3, please.
Outside of mobile, Samsung has a handful of great deals on TVs and home theater components, including several hundred dollars off its high-end TV sets and solid discounts on sound bars and receivers. There are a couple deals on big Bluetooth speakers as well, if that's your sort of thing.
Samsung's Black Friday deals officially start on November 20, but each deal has a specific start date that you can take note of — some don't go live until several days later. Is anyone interested in picking up some of these deals? Let us know in the comments below!
Samsung is a massive South Korea-based multinational company that makes some of the best-selling phones, tablets and mobile accessories, but also spans industries such as televisions, appliances and semiconductors (like memory and processors). Samsung is the largest Android device manufacturer worldwide.