The ‘s’ stands for savings
Samsung’s most affordable smartphone yet, the Galaxy A21s, is even more affordable in the Amazon Prime Day sales.
If you head on over to Amazon before midnight on 14 October and sift through the long list of Prime Day deals, then you might spot that the Galaxy A21s has dropped in price to just £139. This is an excellent saving when you consider that it originally launched for £180 just a few months ago.
For the record, the Galaxy A21s’ previous cheapest price was £149, so an extra tenner off an already low-cost smartphone makes for an even more tantalising purchase.
The Galaxy A21s proved to be a welcome breath of fresh air when we reviewed it earlier in the year. In stark contrast to the high-priced flagships that have appeared in 2020, the Galaxy A21s is terrific value for money, with four rear cameras (including a 48MP primary sensor), a large 6.5in display and a reasonably speedy Exynos 880 processor paired with 3GB of RAM.
In our review, we were particularly impressed with its long-lasting battery life (reaching 22hrs 48mins in our tests) and superb photographic capabilities for the price. There are some caveats with a phone this cheap of course, such as the 720p screen and lack of video recording options, but for this little, you really can’t grumble too much.
This deal is only available for Amazon Prime subscribers. If you aren’t already signed up to the service, which comes with benefits such as free next-day delivery, access to Amazon Prime Video and Prime Music, then you can currently sign up to a free 30-day trial here.
If you like this deal, but your bargain-hunting appetite somehow remains unsatisfied, then you might want to take a look at our regularly updated list of the best Prime Day deals, which includes smartphones, wearables, coffee machines and more.