Looking for a “new”, but don’t you really want to pay for a new phone? Don’t worry, there’s a huge market for older refurbished models, and you can save hundreds compared to buying new ones from a carrier or retailer.
Woot has a selection of older oneson sale from just $125. These offers are only available until 9:59 PM PT (12:59 PM ET) on July 4, while supplies last, and some models are already sold out, so we recommend placing your order as soon as possible. to be submitted as early as possible.
All phones in this sale are rated “scratch and dent” grade refurbs. According to Wootthat means they may show signs of normal wear and tear, but have been tested and guaranteed to be in full working order.
There are a few different phones you can get from this sale, but the most advanced are theand the † Yes, those two phones are one or two generations old respectively (read ), but these powerful Samsung models still have some impressive specs. Every phone supports 5G connectivity, but the S21 Plus has a 6.7-inch display and the S20 Ultra has a slightly larger 6.9-inch display. Both screens are Infinity-O, meaning the entire frontal screen is almost bezel-less. You can get hold of the S21 Plus with 256GB of storage for $595. The S20 Ultra has 512GB of storage, as well as the ability to add up to 1TB more with a microSD card, and it costs just $645.
If you’re looking for a more affordable option, the budget-friendlyis also for sale. It has a slightly smaller 6.5-inch screen and less powerful hardware, and retails now for $320.
This sale is also a rare opportunity to get your hands on a now-discontinued Galaxy Note, the phone that used to be† The , which was originally released in 2019, retails for just $260 and features a 6.3-inch AMOLED Plus display, 256GB of storage, 8GB of RAM, and an IP68 rating for water and dust resistance. There are options with more storage space, but the price is also rising. The is also available for $330. This is a great opportunity to get your hands on a Galaxy Note, a device that is getting harder to come by every day.
There are also some even older models available, dating all the way back to the no longer supported by Samsung and does not receive security updates, so you really do get what you pay for.which was released in 2017. However, keep in mind that these older devices: