Samsung’s latest foldables are matching their lowest price ever

Both of Samsung’s foldable phones are currently fetching their best prices. Available for $999.99 at launch, the 128GB configuration of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 is currently discounted to $899.99 at Amazon Y Samsung — matching its lowest price yet. The offbeat design isn’t for everyone, but the fourth iteration of the Galaxy Z Flip is actually a pretty decent phone with solid battery life that easily compresses into a roughly 3 x 2-inch block that can fit in your pocket. Photography capabilities are a bit lacking compared to the Z Fold 4, but the Flip 4 is a great option for something reminiscent of a flip phone. read our review.


When the device is folded, the Flip 4’s outer screen displays information at a glance, such as notifications and weather widgets. To interact with the phone, you usually have to open it up and use the large 6.7-inch internal screen.

If you’re more into living that big phone life, you might want to check out Amazon’s deal on the Galaxy Z Fold 4, slashing the $1,799.99 launch price of the 256GB model to $1,499.99. The 7.6-inch internal display gives you more than enough room to run apps side by side or stream games and movies. When folded, the Z Fold 4 offers a generous 6.2-inch display for checking notifications or responding to texts. If you can look past its hefty price tag, the Z Fold 4 is an extremely capable phone that can double as a tablet and makes very few compromises in the process. read our review.


The Fold 4 is a multitasking powerhouse that can be used as a tablet or your smartphone for the daily driver. It’s a gadget person’s gadget with a high price tag to match.

Earlier in the week, we noted that Google is destocking its Pixel 6A phone ahead of its Pixel event tomorrow, but we’ll say it one more time for the folks in the back. Amazon, Best BuyY Goal everyone is discounting the Pixel 6A at $349, which is $100 off the original price of the excellent mid-range phone. Google’s Pixel 6A offers just about everything you could want from a current-gen phone, but forgoes features like wireless charging, allowing you to strike a balance between performance and price. The 6A uses the same Tensor chipset as the more expensive Pixel 6 models, but overall makes the right compromises for a phone that’s about $100 cheaper than the best option. read our review.

Google's Pixel 6A stands out among the $500 phones.


Google’s Pixel 6A comes with a relatively small 6.1-inch OLED screen, but it packs a punch with a good camera and battery life.

Taking a sharp left turn on Peripherals, you can find Logitech MX Keys Mini on sale at Lenovo for $69.99 instead of their usual $99.99. While Logitech’s newer MX Mechanical keyboards use mechanical switches, the MX keys use scissor switches that will be familiar to anyone who has used an Apple keyboard recently. MX Keys Mini offers similar functionality to the Apple Magic Keyboard but at a lower price and in some cases could be considered better than its Apple counterpart. MX Keys Mini uses a USB-C connection instead of the Lightning connection used with the desktop version of the Apple Magic Keyboard, and you can easily switch connections between up to three paired Bluetooth devices.


Logitech’s compact scissor-switch keyboard can be paired with devices via Bluetooth or 2.4Ghz wireless and features a low-profile design.

Logitech’s excellent MX Master 3 wireless mouse is also on sale at Lenovo, reducing the price of the mouse from $99.99 to just $69.99. Not to be confused with the Master 3S, the standard model has more audible clicks and a 4K DPI optical sensor compared to the quiet clicks and 8K DPI sensor on Logitech’s newer model. If you’re willing to look beyond these minor compromises, you’ll find a great productivity-focused mouse. The Master 3 has a total of seven buttons that can be reassigned to different desktop functions and incorporates a second scroll wheel under the thumb in addition to the electromagnetic scroll wheel between the left and right buttons.


The Logitech MX Master 3 Advanced is a wireless Bluetooth laser mouse designed for efficiency. It has seven buttons, an electromagnetic wheel for fast scrolling, and is compatible with Windows and macOS. Dell offers a $40 digital gift card with purchase.

Amazon recently revealed a number of next-gen Echo products, but if the new features didn’t appeal to you, you might want to check out some Prime-exclusive Echo bundles, which combine a next-gen Echo Dot or Echo Show 5. with smart LED bulbs for a great discount.

The fourth-gen Echo Dot with the built-in clock was originally $59.99, but you can currently get one bundled with a single Wyze-colored bulb for just $46.32. This compact speaker supports the same Alexa integrations as its more expensive counterparts, allowing you to set timers, control music playback, and control other devices in your home. read our review.


The 2020 Echo Dot features a more spherical design than an actual dot, but it can still do everything Alexa does with other Echo models.

You can also find the second-gen Echo Show 5 bundled with a pair of GE CYNC LED bulbs for $34.99 instead of its usual combo price of $108.98. The Show 5 is a great companion for a nightstand or kitchen counter as it can handle alarm, recipe or entertainment functions. Sharing many features with the Echo speakers, the Echo Show can also stream videos from Prime Video and Netflix, show you the forecast, or display your schedule for the day. Also, the built-in camera gives the Show 5 limited video chat capability. read our review.

GE’s direct-connect CYNC bulbs are similar to many of the other smart LED bulbs on the market in that they can be controlled with Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa, but unfortunately they aren’t compatible with Apple HomeKit.


Amazon’s Echo Show 5 is an ideal smart display for a nightstand. You can set alarms with Alexa using your voice, play music, control smart displays, get a weather report, and more. When the alarm sounds, you just need to touch the top of the Echo Show 5 to snooze it.

Correction October 5, 3:25 pm ET: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that the original price of the 4th generation Echo Dot with built-in clock was $99.99. The original price of the fourth-generation Echo Dot with the built-in clock was $59.99. The article has been updated to reflect this. We are sorry for the mistake.

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