A brand new smartphone from Samsung can be expensive, especially if it’s a flagship model. The Galaxy S21 was launched last year but it is still pretty expensive and holding its price relatively well. If you want to get your hands on the phone instead of paying for the Galaxy S22, there is some good news.
This is because Samsung has recently added the Galaxy S21 to its “Re-Newed” program. This is essentially a refurbished phone for all intents and purposes, but it will be slightly different in the sense that Samsung has actually given the phone a brand new IMEI number and a battery.
This means that while the chipset, memory, and cameras might be “used”, the brand new battery should make it feel pretty much like new, plus the fact that it is a lot cheaper is a huge bonus as well. The base Galaxy S21 with 128GB of storage is priced at $675, while the Galaxy S21+ is priced at $850, and the Galaxy S21 Ultra is sitting at $1,000, so head on over to Samsung’s website if you’d like to check it out.