The Samsung Z Fold 3 has never been more af-fold-able at Amazon - harchi90

The Samsung Z Fold 3 has never been more af-fold-able at Amazon

While several retailers are gearing up for the long July Fourth weekend with some exciting sitewide sales, there are plenty of standalone deals worth checking out ahead of Captain America’s birthday (oh, you didn’t know?). Starting off, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 is currently discounted to its lowest price ever at Amazon. The 256GB configuration of this foldable phone typically costs $1,799.99 but is currently on sale for $1,249.99. This sizeable discount extends to the 512GB configuration as well, knocking its usual $1,899.99 price tag down to a more reasonable $1,349.99 instead.

The Z fold 3 proved that Samsung could make a good and durable foldable phone, particularly for multitasking on its 120Hz refresh rate display that can extend to 7.6 inches in size. Its Snapdragon 888 processor may be showing its age a little compared to its contemporaries, but the 12GB of RAM is still a tough spec to beat, even in more modern devices.

While recent rumors indicate that a new version of this phone may be around the corner this summer, there hasn’t been an official announcement as of yet. So, if you want a deal on this interesting Samsung foldable, this is an ideal time to upgrade. Read our review.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 (256GB, unlocked)

The Galaxy Z Fold 3 is Samsung’s latest attempt at making foldable phones more mainstream. It’s expensive, sure, but it’s also more durable than previous models and comes with a 120Hz display and support for the once-exclusive S Pen.

Amazon is currently running a number of excellent deals exclusively for Prime members. One of the standouts here is the 55-inch Omni-series Fire TV from Amazon, which normally costs $559.99 but is currently available for $299.99, the lowest price we’ve seen for this size. This model does include HDR 10, but it’s worth noting that its HDR support doesn’t extend to Dolby Vision, which will restrict the amount of content that’ll get an HDR boost. However, at a price point this low, it’s tough to find much to complain about with a TV that has integrated streaming hardware and hands-free voice controls courtesy of Alexa.

Amazon Omni Fire TV (55-inch)

Amazon’s new Omni Fire 4K TV features built-in microphones for Alexa commands, low input lag, and support for two-way video calling. It also provides access to Netflix, Prime Video, Disney Plus, and most major streaming services.

Another Prime-exclusive deal has a number of Blink camera bundles discounted to their best prices ever. The standalone Blink Video Doorbell normally costs $49.99, but Prime members can grab one for $34.99. However, if you need a more expansive outdoor surveillance system, Prime members can get the standalone Blink doorbell and a pair of Blink’s Outdoor Cameras for a total of $107.98 instead of the typical $214.98 price.

Each of those outdoor cameras you’ll get in this bundle can capture 1080p footage, and they offer both speaker output and two-way audio transmission. The doorbell and outdoor cameras are each powered by a pair of AA batteries that claim to be able to keep each unit running for up to two years at a time, allowing you to set them up in the ideal spot without worrying about power. There are certainly other systems available that offer superior specs when compared to the Blink system, but for a budget-friendly home security solution, Blink cameras are tough to beat.

Blink Video Doorbell

The Blink Video Doorbell is a single 1080p camera that pairs with your phone, allowing you to see who is at your door regardless of where you are.

The Logitech Brio 4K webcam is just shy of its best price ever at Amazon. Normally $199.99 (and somewhat difficult to find earlier in the pandemic), the Brio has been discounted to $141.65. This is the lowest price we’ve seen thus far for this versatile webcam, making it a worthwhile consideration if you’ve been meaning to upgrade your work-from-home setup. While it hasn’t earned a spot as one of our favorite webcams, we believe that the Brio is worthy of consideration at this price. The camera is capable of capturing 4K footage at 30 frames per second, but it can provide smoother 60 FPS capture at 1080p. With this discount, the Brio inhabits a space between the outstanding (and expensive) Opal C1 and the more budget-conscious Logitech C920S Pro.


Logitech’s 4K HDR webcam, called Brio, is a high-end option made for people who want to look their best on a video call or stream. It supports Windows Hello, as well as 5x zoom, and 60 frames per second recording in 1080p.

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