Less than 810 euros for one of Samsung’s latest smartphones? No, you’re not dreaming. And it’s Rakuten who delights thanks to its great promotion on the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. It’s Christmas, have fun!
The Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is currently benefiting from a very nice 35% reduction at Rakuten. This smartphone with a square design, which is not reminiscent of the Note range, benefits from a neat and very professional finish. It is equipped with the S Pen, which will allow you to take notes or draw. And you will have a great time on its large 6.8-inch screen. It features an Oled panel that promises a resolution of up to QHD+ and a display that can reach 120 Hz.
In short, you won’t take your eyes off it as long as the image is clear and fluid. When it comes to performance, it has no limits. Games, multitasking, everything is allowed. And with a 5,000 mAh battery, you’re not done using it. On the photo side, you can enjoy a 108 megapixel main sensor, a 12 megapixel ultra wide-angle and two optical zooms. What to make your most beautiful shots.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra is at a crazy price, don’t miss it
Rakuten is used to big promotions, which is undeniable with the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. You will find the smartphone on the site at a price of 807.88 euros instead of 1,259 euros. In addition, with the code “LIU10180” or the code “RAKUTEN10”, you will be able to win another 10 euros. If you wish, you can pay for your smartphone in 4 instalments so as not to dent your budget. Also, delivery is free. Want even more good deals? Then join Club R. This loyalty program reimburses you for part of your purchases on all products. And for Christmas, 10% will be donated to you on smartphones and tablets. Thus, you will be able to credit 64.63 euros in Rakuten Points on this purchase. You can use them on a future order, at Rakuten or at one of its 200 partners. Don’t wait to subscribe, it’s free!
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