So, a Samsung re-newed phone will always come with a fresh battery. Also, the IMEI is changed, so that you know that the phone is uniquely yours. Samsung also ensures to polish the devices so there are no scratches or scuffs that you will usually see on second-hand phones. Basically, the CRN program puts the “New” in Re-Newed.
In Android land, Samsung’s Galaxy S range is essentially the apex predator. Great AMOLED panels that may look punchy and realistic, fantastic cameras, huge stereo speakers, and excellent performance. The Galaxy S flagships have progressed to the point where one model can last for years. That’s why it’s not insane to save a tonne of money by opting for a somewhat older Galaxy S20 5G rather than the most recent model.
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And now, for the holiday season, Samsung has a gift for you! Grab yourself any Galaxy S20 5G model from Samsung’s CRN store and you get a free set of the brand-new Galaxy Buds2! Just a refresher — we reviewed the Galaxy Buds2 and we thought they were excellent. If you don’t have an old device to trade-in, the Certified Re-Newed Galaxy S20 5G series starts from $475 with the S20 FE 5G. The mainstream Galaxy S20 5G is $650 and the insane Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G with its 100x zoom is $950.
However, if you have an old phone to trade in — this is where things get interesting. Samsung will accept your old device even if it has a cracked screen. With trade-in, you can slash the price of an S20 FE 5G down to $125, and the S20 Ultra 5G all the way down to $600. So, go ahead, check out the Samsung Certified Re-Newed store and see how much credit you can get for your old device. You just might end up with a shiny new-looking Galaxy S20 5G for Christmas!
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