If you were holding out for Amazon Prime Day, hoping to score a big discount on Apple‘s latest, the iphone-12 series, then sadly you’re out of luck – iphone-12 deals are a no-show in this year’s sale.
Where to look really depends on how you want your device. Are you looking to go unlocked or get a full cell phone plan? If it’s unlocked, going directly through the Apple Store is your best choice and for a full contract, Verizon has the best deals right now.
Of course, while Amazon‘s Prime Day sale seems to be lacking for iPhone deals, there are plenty of other great mobile phones featured. The best come from Samsung and we’ve picked out the leading offers below.
Where to buy your iphone-12 deals in the US:
Unlocked iphone-12 deals: Apple
Across all four iphone-12 handsets, if you’re looking to get the device unlocked then going directly through Apple will be the best choice. It usually has the cheapest prices on new devices and it has a great trade-in scheme to knock a few hundred extra dollars off the price.View Deal
Prime Day’s best alternative mobile phone deals:
Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 128GB: at Amazon | SIM-free |
It’s both Samsung’s most powerful handset and our pick for the world’s best smartphone so, it is no surprise that the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra can be pretty pricey. Luckily, this Amazon Prime Day knocks 25% off the price, leaving you paying only $899.99 for this super-powered device.
Samsung Galaxy S21 128GB: at Amazon | SIM-free |
This year’s Amazon Prime Day sales is offering one of the largest discounts yet on the cheapest of the three Galaxy S21 devices. With this discount, you’ll only pay $599.99. Considering the specs and features that come with this device, that’s a brilliant offer.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 128GB: at Amazon | SIM-free |
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 Ultra was released nearly a full year ago and yet, it remains one of the best phablets on the market. With this Prime Day discount, you can get the 128GB version of the handset for just $949.99. Compared to the original RRP of this device, that’s a $350 saving.