Samsung's best phone from last year is currently under $1,000 as part of Amazon's Prime Day sales. A 128GB Galaxy S22 Ultra will set you back just $985 as part of the event, down from a recommended retail price of $1,849. The promotion does only apply to the black model, however.
While the Galaxy S22 Ultra is over a year old now, it's still easy to recommend thanks to a versatile camera setup, gorgeous display, and S Pen support.
Samsung's Galaxy S23+ is also on sale as part of Prime Day. You can grab the 256GB model for $1,099, or a 512GB model for $1,249. The deal is available on all four colours.
The Galaxy S23+ is the middle child phone in the Galaxy S23 family, offering a decent sized 6.6-inch screen. It's a perfect "just right" option if the standard Galaxy S23 is too small and if the Galaxy S23 Ultra is too large.
Prime Day deals are exclusively available to Amazon Prime members. A 30-day free trial is available for new customer, after which you'll pay $9.99 per month. On top of Prime Day deals, an Amazon Prime subscription gets you free delivery on Amazon purchases, access to Prime Video, and more.
If you're new to Amazon Prime, you can get your free trial here. Prime Day runs until 5pm July 13 AEST.
This story first appeared on our sister site WhistleOut Australia