The Samsung Galaxy S8.

We usually expect hefty discounts on flagship phones once the new model has been launched, but Samsung’s Galaxy S8 has received a larger than expected price cut via the Samsung website.

As spotted by Android Police, the 64GB Galaxy S8 on T-Mobile now has a $350 price tag, which is $250 cheaper than the latest $600 price. Heck, the Galaxy S8 originally launched at roughly $750, which means you’re paying $400 less than the initial price.

This deal applies to the Arctic Silver model only and it’s unclear when it’ll end, but Samsung adds that you can save $150 on a Gear 360 camera by purchasing the phone.

The Samsung Galaxy S8.

At this price point, the Galaxy S8 is definitely worth considering. For $350, you’re getting an older but still powerful Snapdragon 835 chipset, 4GB of RAM, and a 5.8-inch dual curved Super AMOLED screen (2,960 x 1,440).

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Samsung’s 2017 flagship also packs an iris scanner, wireless charging, a headphone jack, IP68 water/dust resistance, and a 12MP f/1.7 main camera that was one of the better mobile cameras of 2017.

Then again, if stock Android and speedy updates are your thing, the Essential Phone will be for you. Essential’s handset is currently available for $223 via Amazon. Either way, we’re glad to see two prominent, older flagships get deep price cuts.

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