Samsung never just stops. After taking steps to reassure user confidence in the safety of its devices, the company has now announced an incredible deal on its current flagship device. The company has said that it will be giving a free 256GB microSD card with every purchase of the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge.
This microSD card normally retails at $250, which essentially means users will be getting this much of a bonus after investing in the company’s S7 smartphone. This 256GB microSD EVO+ memory card offers as much as ‘90MB/s write speed, 95MB/s read speed, and provides Class 10 as well as U3 compatibility. The company says that it’s perfect for 4k video recording and playback.
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Samsung is set to launch the Galaxy S8 smartphone sometimes near the end of March. It makes sense that the Korean smartphone maker is trying to sell out much of its Galaxy S7 units to create more room for the new flagship. In recent times, Samsung publicized the findings of a multi-party probe looking at its Note 7 fiasco. The company also said that it had established a new, 8-step battery check procedure that would be used to ensure failproof battery safety for all its upcoming models. These moves have gone a long way to reassure consumer confidence in the number #1 brand.
Furthermore, this new act of goodwill with the free microSD card can’t go astray either!
The microSD deal is ideal for users who are looking to add more memory and expand the Galaxy S7 edge or S7. Important to note also, this offer will only be valid for US customers who buy either the Galaxy S7 edge or the Samsung Galaxy S7 between February 8 and February 14. Jump over to Samsung’s website to get the deal while it’s still on.
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