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Best Samsung Galaxy Deals for March 2022

THE Samsung Galaxy range is at the cutting edge of smartphone technology.

And if you want to join the party, we've picked out some of the best deals you'll find on the premium range of Samsung Galaxies.

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It's a good idea to shop around for a phone contract when your current deal is coming to an end.

Your existing provider probably won't offer you the most competitive renewal terms, so you might be able to save yourself a bundle by switching to another network; you can even keep your number.

When you shop around, it's definitely worth widening your search from EE, O2, Vodafone, and Three.

There are tons of websites including Mobiles.co.uk, mobilephonesdirect.co.uk, Fonehouse, and iD Mobile which offer competitive rates.


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Samsung Galaxy S22 deals

*All the below deals are 24-month contracts and include unlimited minutes and texts.

  • Three, 100GB data, £29.99 upfront, £40 per month - buy here
  • Vodafone, 150GB data, £0 upfront, £45 per month - buy here

As for the Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus and Ultra devices, Three seems to be the best mobile network provider in the UK when it comes to contracts. We have included a couple of extra deals from other operators, but note that they may not be as good as the ones with Three.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus Deals

*All the below deals are 24-month contracts and include unlimited minutes and texts.

  • Three, Unlimited data, £0 upfront, £51 per month - buy here
  • O2, Unlimited data, £49.99 upfront, £50 per month - buy here

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra deals

*All the below deals are 24-month contracts and include unlimited minutes and texts.

  • Three, Unlimited data, £29 upfront, £56 per month - buy here
  • Vodafone, 100GB data, £9.99 upfront, £65 per month - buy here

And without further ado, here are all the Samsung smartphones available on the market, together with the best stand-alone prices and specifications. Please note: models with no pricetag have been discontinued by Samsung and are only now available as second-hand/refurbished.

Samsung Galaxy S22

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The Samsung S22 brings about a number of improvements over its predecessor

Features: 50MP Wide Camera; 10MP Telephoto Camera; 12MP Ultrawide Camera, 10 MP Selfie Camera. 6.1-Inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X display, 3,700 mAh battery, 8 GB RAM

  • Samsung Galaxy S22 128GB, £847.13 from Amazon - buy here

Released at the end of February, the Galaxy S22 ushered in a new generation of Samsung smartphones. The first thing you'll notice of Samsung's latest flagship devices is the materials.

In fact, the S22 series replaces the plastic of older models with a frosted glass back, an aluminium frame, and a layer of Corning Gorilla Glass Victus covering the screen for maximum durability.

Moreover, the front glass is now flat and doesn’t have curved edges, a move that will upset some, but that also greatly reduces palm rejection (the S22 Ultra still retains a curved-screen design).

Under the hood, the S22 runs the latest and most powerful processor from Qualcomm: the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. This means the phone will easily run virtually any app or game you may throw at it with no lags or slow-downs.

Cameras' performance is solid across the board (though not exactly revolutionary compared to the S22) and Samsung has done a great job with the Android 12, One UI 4.1 interface, which feels tidy and intuitive to use.

On a negative note, the S22's battery is smaller than its predecessor's, so if you want longer battery life, you should consider the S22 Plus or Ultra.

Samsung Galaxy S22+

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The S22+ features a larger screen and battery life when compared to the S22

Features: 50MP Wide Camera; 10MP Telephoto Camera; 12MP Ultrawide Camera, 10 MP Selfie Camera. 6.6-Inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X display, 4,500 mAh battery, 8 GB RAM

  • Samsung Galaxy S22+ 256GB, £999 from Amazon - buy here

The Galaxy S22+ shares most of its hardware with its smaller sibling, but introduces a larger, 6.6-inch screen, and a matching 4,500 mAh battery to go with it. It also has faster charging capabilities (45W against the 25W of the S22).

Just like the S22, the S22+  come with 8GB of RAM and storage options of 128GB and 256GB.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra

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The S22 Ultra is one of the most powerful smartphones ever produced

Features: 50MP Wide Camera; 10MP Telephoto Camera; 12MP Ultrawide Camera, 10 MP Selfie Camera. 6.81-Inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X display, 5000 mAh battery, 8 GB RAM

  • Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra 128GB, £1,149 from Amazon - buy here

Samsung's latest flagship device, the Galaxy S22 Ultra has pushed once again the boundaries of what smartphones can achieve.

Building on the same core hardware of the S22 and S22+, the Ultra introduces a quad rear camera as well as a different lens layout (sitting within the rear of the device rather than within a housing).

The S22 Ultra also comes with a built-in S Pen and has a larger screen and battery (respectively 6.81-inch and 5000 mAh), as well as different colour options.

The device display offers a Quad HD+ resolution and variable refresh rate (between 1Hz and 120Hz). It is also slightly curved at the edges.

In terms of storage and RAM options, the S22 Ultra comes in 8GB and 12GB RAM variants, with storage options of 128GB for the 8GB model, and 256GB, 512GB and 1TB for the 12GB model.

Finally, just like the S22+ (and unlike the S22), the S22 Ultra supports 45W fast charging,

Samsung Galaxy S21

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The Galaxy S21 is the base model of Samsung's 2021 flagship line

Features: 64MP Telephoto Camera; 12MP Front Camera; 12MP Wide Camera, 6.2 Inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X display, 4,000 mAh battery, 8 GB RAM

  • Samsung Galaxy S21 256GB, £769 from Amazon - buy here

With the release of the Galaxy S21 series, Samsung managed to bring the price of its base flagship devices down with only a small number of compromises.

The regular version of the Galaxy S21 cost £200 less than its predecessor when it launched but still had some impressive specifications.

Featuring a triple-lens rear camera, a beautiful 6.2-inch Dynamic AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate, and the same 4,000 mAh battery as the S20, the latest Galaxy phone introduces new colour schemes and a slightly more powerful processor.

Not much of a change if you already own a Galaxy S20, but a substantial (and relatively cheap) improvement if you're coming from an older model.

Samsung Galaxy S21+

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The Samsung Galaxy S21 Plus features a larger screen and larger battery than the S21

Features: 64MP Telephoto Camera; 12MP Front Camera; 12MP Wide Camera, 6.7 Inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X display, 4,800 mAh battery, 8 GB RAM

  • Samsung Galaxy S21+ 128GB, £799 from Amazon - buy here

The Galaxy S21+ is almost identical to its smaller brother but features a slightly larger, 6.7 inches display, and a bigger battery of 4,800 mAh.

The Galaxy S21+ also has better and louder speakers, as well as being available in more (and different) colour options.

In fact, you can get the S21+ in Phantom Black, Phantom Silver, Phantom Violet, Phantom Pink, Phantom Gold, and Phantom Red flavours.

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra

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The Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra was the most powerful Samsung phone of 2021

Features: 108 MP Wide-angle Camera; 12MP Ultra Wide Camera; two 10MP Telephoto Cameras, 6.8'' Edge Quad HD+ display, 5000 mAh battery, 16 GB RAM

  • Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 128GB, £949 from Amazon - buy here

The one true Samsung Galaxy flagship of 2021, the S21 Ultra is still a beast of a phone.

Its 6.8” Edge Quad HD+ display is absolutely gorgeous, and the 40MP selfie camera is perfect for vlogging, or simply for amazing selfies.

The rest of the camera compartment has also been upgraded, with a 108MP wide-angle camera and two 10MP telephoto cameras.

The battery capacity has been improved too, with 5000 mAh allowing nearly 11.5 hours of active use on a single charge, and Samsung built the S21 to be compatible with S Pen, making it ideal if you are used to a Galaxy Note phone.

Finally, the S21 Ultra introduces a 521GB storage model, alongside the 256GB and 128GB of the S21 and S21+.

Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G

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The Galaxy A52s 5G is a valid mid-range smartphone

  Features: 64 MP main camera, 12 MP ultra-wide camera, 5 MP Macro camera, 32 MP front-facing camera. 6.5-inch Infinity-O Display, 4,500 mAh battery, 6 GB RAM

  • Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G, £409 at Amazon - buy here

The Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G, is one of Samsung's best mid-range smartphones.

With a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G processor and 6GB of RAM, the A52s would have been considered a flagship phone a couple of years ago.

Thanks to the rapid advancements of mobile technology, however, you are now able to get this mid-range phone for 'only' £380.

The camera compartment and screen are also solid here, and the 4,500mAh-capacity battery and 25W fast charge are nice to see in a mid-range device.

Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G

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The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G is the best mid-range Galaxy phone, with a premium price

Features: 12MP main, 12MP ultrawide, 8MP telephoto with 3x zoom, and 32 MP front-facing camera.  6.4-inch AMOLED, 4,500 mAh battery, 6 GB RAM

  • Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G 128GB, £595 at Amazon - buy here

Released in January 2022, the Galaxy A52s 5G is officially Samsung's latest mid-range smartphone, though at roughly £700 it is hardly a cheap option.

For context, the FE 5G is the "lite" option of the S21 Series, but starting from the S20 FE Samsung deliberately chose another name because this smartphone line is not lite in any way.

Aside from the telephoto lens (8MP on the FE and 64MP on the S21), the Samsung Galaxy S21 FE retains all the great features of the S21 Series and even improves in some areas.

In fact, the FE's screen is even larger than the Galaxy S21 (6.4" vs 6.2"), the phone has a better selfie camera (32MP vs the 10MP of the S21), and even a bigger battery.

The Galaxy S21 FE 5G is not cheap, but it is cheaper than the S21 pricier variants, making it a viable option for users looking for a middle option between the S21 and S21 Plus/Ultra models.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3

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 Features: 12 MP wide camera, 12 MP telephoto camera, 12 MP ultrawide camera, 10 MP Front Camera, 4 MP under-display front camera. 6.2 inches (folded), 7.6 Inch (unfolded), Foldable Dynamic AMOLED, 4,400 mAh battery, 12GB RAM. Fast wireless charging 11W. Reverse wireless charging 4.5W.

  • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 512GB, £1,699 from Amazon - buy here

The Galaxy Z Fold3 keeps many of the features of its predecessor while trying to address and solve its screen issues. As a result, the Fold3's screen is made of super-tough Gorilla Glass Victus and is reportedly up to 80% tougher and 26% brighter than the Fold2. The screen of the Fold3 also comes with a new protective film that is 80% more durable and is designed to introduce compatibility with Samsung’s S Pen stylus, which was originally only compatible with Note devices. The latest foldable phone by Samsung also introduces an IPX8 rating, meaning the phone is officially water-resistant when submerged in 1.5 metres of water for up to 30 minutes. In addition, the Fold3 is one of the first phones to feature an under-display selfie camera. With the latest foldable phone by Samsung, you are essentially buying two phones, and this shows in both specifications and price. Love it or hate it, the Fold series has ushered a new generation of smartphones, which means it's an interesting one to watch.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G

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Features: 12 MP Wide Camera; 12 MP Ultra Wide Camera; 10 MP Front Camera; 6.7 Inch (unfolded) Foldable Dynamic AMOLED, 3,300 mAh battery, 8GB RAM

  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 256GB 5G, £849.49 from Amazon - buy here

Samsung's second attempt at a clamshell foldable device, the Z Flip3 was supposed to be released alongside the S21 series, but it was then postponed and named Flip3 instead of Flip2, possibly not to cause confusion, since it was released alongside the Fold3.

Just like the Fold3, the Flip3 is water-resistant and also shares a 120Hz refresh rate and Foldable Dynamic AMOLED screen with its larger sibling.

In addition, the Flip3 offers a bigger 1.9-in outer display when compared to the original Flip's 1.1-inch, which can be used for notifications and widgets.

The Flip3 is also slightly smaller and slightly cheaper, and comes with an improved camera compartment, making this foldable phone one of the best you can buy right now.

What is the newest Samsung smartphone?

The most powerful devices in the Samsung Galaxy S lineup are the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and the Galaxy S22 Ultra, released in February 2022.

All these smartphones share an Exynos 2200/Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip with different RAM and storage options.

The S22 phones also have an astonishingly beautiful display with a 120 Hz refresh rate and they all feature 5G capabilities.

Samsung has also recently released an updated version of its FE line devices, which have really interesting specs at a relatively budget price.

On the foldable smartphone front, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Z Fold3 and Galaxy Z Flip3 last year, both of which improve substantially on previous models, particularly when it comes to materials.

The biggest difference between the two is that, as the name implies, the Flip3 adopts an old-school-like folding clamshell design, while the Fold3 takes the format of two regularly sided smartphones 'joined' together by a folding mechanism that allows for a much larger screen.

Which Samsung phone will be released next?

Samsung just released the S22 line, so it may be a while before we see another flagship device made by the South Korean tech giant.

The next iteration of the Galaxy flagship family probably won't land in 2022, but Samsung is likely to release a variety of mid-range updates before that. These may include new A-series and M-series models.

Which stores have the best deals on Samsung Galaxy phones?

In general, we find that you'll get a better deal away from official network stores (although it is still worth checking out EE, Vodafone, O2, and Three).

And remember, if you see a great offer on a different network to yours, you can switch over and still keep your old number without too much hassle (read USwitch's handy guide here.)

Check out a few of the stores below to find the best offers.

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