Yesterday we told you about a deal on Amazon that sees the Galaxy S20 and S20+ sold for $200 less than their recommended prices, and that’s a cool one straight from Samsung, with US warranty and full carrier support (aside from the vanilla S20 not working on Verizon’s mmWave 5G) and all.
But what if even $999.99 is too much to pay for a Galaxy S20+ in your opinion? Well, then this is for you. An eBay seller with a stellar track record is now offering the S20+ for just $738.99, as long as stock lasts.
Caveats? Of course. This is the international dual-SIM model, and it’s not 5G, so you’ll be ‘stuck’ with ‘only’ 4G connectivity. Furthermore, it uses the Exynos chipset and not the Snapdragon 865, and that might come with a slight penalty in terms of performance and battery life.
So keep all of those things in mind if you do order. Oh, and one last note – this model doesn’t work on CDMA 3G networks such as Sprint and Verizon. So you’re better off using it on AT&T, T-Mobile, or one of their MVNOs. That is, of course, if you’re okay with not having 5G on board.
If so, then you will be saving a whopping $461 compared to what the S20+ 5G is regularly priced at, although it’s not exactly a fair comparison given how that one comes with more connectivity.