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Best smartphone deals for January 2022

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If your phone is past its “best by” date and you’re ready to score a discount on a new device, here’s a slew of smartphone deals available right now.
Do you need a new phone but you’re hesitant to spend much money? Smartphones succumb to wear and tear during years of use, even when we protect them with display shields and custom phone cases. While the best smartphones aren’t cheap, we can help you save some cash if it’s time for a new mobile. We’ve gathered below all the best smartphone deals available this week that cover all the bases including Google Pixel deals, Samsung Galaxy deals, iPhone deals,5G phone deals, and other bargains. Recently the major wireless carriers such as AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile have been offering subsidized phones for new customers, new lines, and even current users who want to upgrade to newer 5G phones. We’ve not seen as many of this type of subsidized deal for several years. You win. Carrier offers usually require you to sign up for a specific service (usually an unlimited plan), trade in an old device, or port in your current number to get the best possible discount, and this is often the best way to score a deal on a brand-name smartphone — particularly just released newer models. That’s not always a viable option, however, so these smartphone deals also include some great unlocked devices that you can bring to a service provider of your choice: More than ten years after their inception, Samsung’s Galaxy smartphones still command the lion’s share of the Android smartphone market and could arguably be considered Apple’s main competition worldwide (although Apple currently enjoys a larger market share in the U.S. than all Android phone brands combined). As you probably inferred from the name, the 2019 Galaxy S10 phones represent the tenth generation of Samsung’s main flagship line, but Samsung got in the spirit of 2020 when it rolled out the new S-series flagship — dubbed the Galaxy S20 — at its February Galaxy Unpacked event. The Galaxy family also features the Note smartphones that occupy kind of a weird space as alternative flagships featuring larger displays and included stylus pens, and we were more impressed with the new Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra than with the S-series devices. Samsung also recently revealed the unique Galaxy Z Flip, a new spin on the old flip-phone concept, along with the larger (almost iPad Mini-like when in use) Samsung Galaxy Fold.

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