Could get free of cost Galaxy Buds Pro and Galaxy Smart Tag, Galaxy S21 Ultra preorders

Samsung may offer a really sweet preorder motivation when the Galaxy S21 arrangement is declared.

As indicated by a flag shared by Evan Blass, the individuals who preorder the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G will get the Galaxy Buds Pro and Galaxy Smart Tag for nothing.

On the off chance that you’ve been following the gossip plant, the Galaxy S21 Ultra will be the main Galaxy S gadget to highlight S Pen uphold. Along these lines, that is one more motivation behind why you should seriously mull over preordering.

“Pre-order now and claim a free gift,” the flag peruses. Considering the earbuds and following adornment will have a consolidated estimation of over $200, that is a very decent arrangement.

Notwithstanding, it’s hazy if there’s any fine print connected to the preorder reward.

In the event that you preorder the Galaxy S21 or Galaxy S21 Plus, you’ll get the Galaxy Buds Live and a Smart Tag. In any case, you’ll get Samsung’s Tile rival and a couple of genuine remote earbuds, however you’ll possibly get the new Galaxy Buds Pro on the off chance that you preorder the Galaxy S21 Ultra.

They’ve seen a great deal of the Galaxy Buds Pro in the course of the most recent couple of weeks. Notwithstanding spilled photographs of the earbuds, they’ve seen a video of the earbuds in real life, and reports about value, highlights, and the sky is the limit from there. Evidently, they’ll dispatch for $199 and offer improved clamor undoing, a 2-way speaker, and IPX7 water obstruction.

In the interim, the Smart Tag tracker is a little extra that will permit Samsung proprietors to handily follow their gadgets. Put Smart Tag on your keys, for instance, and you’ll have the option to see where they are on your telephone.

Samsung has declared an Unpacked occasion for January 14, where it’s relied upon to present the Galaxy S21 arrangement, Galaxy Buds Pro, and Smart Tag. They’ll get all the subtleties at that point, including what sort of preorder impetuses Samsung will offer.

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