Amazon is now discounting the unlocked Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 128GB to $1,016.47 shipped. Marking the third-best discount overall to date, today’s offer is down from the usual $1,200 price tag in order to deliver $184 in savings. As the new flagship handset in the Samsung stable, the Galaxy S22 Ultra arrives with a refreshed, yet similarly-squared off design as last year’s model. New this time around is an S Pen slot to channel some Galaxy Note energy, as well as a 6.8-inch SuperAMOLED panel and the recent Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip. That’s alongside 256GB of storage, 12GB of RAM, and an improved 5,000mAh battery backed by 45W charging. Our launch day hands-on review details what to expect.
A great addition to your new handset would be picking up one of Samsung’s in-house covers. A highlight amongst the official selection is the S-View Flip Cover, which protects your Galaxy S22 with a folio design. On the front of the case there’s also a unique feature thanks to a cut out that lets you quickly check the time as well as any other notifications. And now sitting at $30, it’s an even more affordable option from the usual $50 price point.
The flagship end of Samsung’s latest foldable lineup is also getting in on the savings this week. Seeing its first Amazon discount following a launch last month, Samsung’s all-new Galaxy Z Fold 4 is now marked down to an all-time low of $1,600. These $200 in savings deliver an even more capable folding canvas with an internal 7.6-inch display centered around the an even more impressive Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra features:
For Gen Z, video isn’t just video. They think of it as a lifestyle – a universal language for how they learn, grow, express, talk, shop, connect, create, and fight boredom with their friends in real time. That’s why they’re demanding a mobile device that finally breaks all the rules of video and makes their everyday more epic than ever. Introducing Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, the brilliant new smartphones designed specifically to break the rules of video to meet the needs of Gen Z’s native language.
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