If there are two products in focus for this holiday season it’s the Samsung Galaxy S3 and the brands LED TV range, which both are making a splash with Cyber Monday deals for 2012. We can understand the interest in Samsung LED TVs and we’ve performed a number of tests with these TVs over the years. Our previous reviews of the Samsung LED HDTV range shows they’re one of the best in the marketplace, so consumers will obviously be looking at the Cyber Monday sales for these televisions and also the extremely popular Samsung Galaxy S3 smartphone.
On the official Samsung website they’ve been promoting some products that are on offer until the end of today, Cyber Monday 2012, and these deals include some of the latest Samsung LED HDTVs. You can visit the page with a list of TVs on offer here, which includes a number of LED TVs from the 5000, 6000, and 7000 Series. Some Cyber Monday deals are better than others, although Samsung are promoting some products with more than half their price being cut.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 launched earlier on this year but has gone on to sell more than 30m units, although there are plenty of consumers without this smartphone. Considering Android Jelly Bean is finally on most handsets it might be time to upgrade to the Samsung Galaxy S3, and Cyber Monday has a few sales for this device with Amazon leading the way, see here, from just under $60 on Verizon Wireless. If you want to consider other smartphones on Verizon then you can head directly to their official website here, which features a special page setup for Verizon’s Cyber Monday deals with the Droid Razr at the top. This phone is currently selling for free.
Have you spotted any other Samsung Galaxy S3 sales during Cyber Monday that you want to share, if so hit the comments and let others know? If you want to see how the Galaxy S3 stacks up against the HTC Droid DNA, then see our article from earlier today that features a video comparison. You can also see our article from earlier that reveals the Nexus 7 tablet being promoted at a discounted price today as well.
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