Black Friday Sale 2022: Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra price falls from 109999 to just 58999

    Black Friday Sale 2022: One of the best deals of the year, you save a whopping Rs. 51000 with this Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra price cut.
    By: HT TECH
    | Updated on: Nov 24 2022, 16:21 IST
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    Samsung Galaxy M32 5G
    1/5 Samsung Galaxy M32 5G: The phone supports a 5000mAh battery and offers a good battery backup. The phone (8GB RAM and 128GB storage) is currently selling at Rs. 22989 on Flipkart. The handset features a 48MP quad camera at the back and is equipped with a 6.5-inch display. (Amazon India)
    Oppo Reno 8
    2/5 Oppo Reno 8 5G: The phone comes equipped with a 4500mAh battery and offers around a day of battery life on single charge. Running on Mediatek Dimensity 1300 processor and sports 50MP triple rear camera setup. The phone with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage is currently priced at Rs. 29999. (Oppo)
    iPhone 13
    3/5 iPhone 13: Apple iPhone 13 gets a 3240mAh battery and can last one day on a single charge. The phone (128GB storage variant) is currently priced at Rs. 65999 on Flipkart. The phone runs on iOS 15, upgradable to iOS 16.1 and A15 Bionic chipset. (Unsplash)
    Samsung Galaxy M13
    4/5 Samsung Galaxy M13: Backed by a 6000mAh battery, the Samsung Galaxy M13 promises a great battery life. According to the company, the device can offer more than a day's usage on a single charge. The device comes with 15 watt charging support and is currently selling at Rs. 13690 (6GB RAM and 128GB storage variant) on Flipkart. The phone runs on Android 12 operating system. (Samsung)
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    5/5 Realme Narzo 50A: Realme Narzo 50A comes packed with a 6000mAh battery and is said to offer great battery life. The smartphone also features a Super Power Saving Mode and comes with a 18 watt Quick Charge. It also supports reverse charging which means it can be used to charge other mobile phone and AIoT devices such as TWS headphones, smart bands and smartwatches. The phone with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage variant is available at Rs. 11499 on Flipkart. (Realme)
    Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
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    Black Friday Sale 2022: This Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra price cut bumper offer will blow your mind. (Amritanshu / HT Tech)

    The day you have been eagerly waiting for is just a day away. The Black Friday sale 2022 will be an exciting time for people looking to buy products at cheap prices. Smartphone buyers in particular will have a great time choosing from the flagships of Samsung, Apple, Google and more with exciting pricing options. And Samsung store India has already brought out its great deals. Right now, there is a Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra price cut on the website which lets you buy the Rs. 109999 smartphone for just Rs. 58999, including trade-in. Did it catch your attention? Read on for details.

    Black Friday Sale 2022: Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra price cut

    The 2022 flagship Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 12GB + 256GB has a retail price of Rs. 109999. But right now the Samsung Store India has a sensational offer that will leave you in awe. Under the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra price cut, you can get up to 46 percent off. That is a massive Rs. 51000 off on the smartphone. That means, you get to take the smartphone home for just Rs. 58999. But there is just one condition. You have to trade-in your existing smartphone.

    All you need is a smartphone in working condition to be eligible for this. However, not all smartphones will have a similar exchange value. The discount is based on the resale value of the smartphone and to get the entire amount, you might need an equally expensive smartphone. However, you will get some discount no matter which device you exchange. If you can manage to get the entire value of the exchange offer, then you can take the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra for just a little over half its price at Rs. 58999.

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    Origin of Black Friday

    The concept of Black Friday comes from the USA where there is a tradition of beginning the Christmas shopping season after Thanksgiving Day. Noticing this, many departmental stores began offering lucrative discounts in the late 19th and early 20th century. The tradition continued and Friday was picked as the day for this celebration as this was the day all office goers could buy gifts and items for their friends and family to enjoy over the weekend. In recent years, Cyber Monday has also popped up, which is a sale on ecommerce websites after Black Friday, usually for tech products.

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    First Published Date: 24 Nov, 15:52 IST
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