Samsung Galaxy S23+ discounted by $200, and more

Cupertino, August 9, 2023

All of today's best deals are now topped by an all-time low on Samsung's $200-off Galaxy S23+. That's joined by the even cheaper Pixel 7a at $444, as well as an all-time low price for an official case for those who prefer the Pro side of Google's lineup at $20. Hit the jump for all that and more in Homekit.Blog' latest lunch break.

Samsung's Galaxy S23+ returns to historic low Amazon is now offering a historic low for the latest Samsung Galaxy S23+. This unlocked 256GB smartphone usually sells for $1,000, but it's now dropped back to its Prime Day price, coming in at $800 to match. This is also the first offer since last month's Amazon shopping event. Samsung's new Galaxy S23+ arrives midway between the flagship S23 Ultra and the base model. In between rests a larger 6.6-inch FHD+ display supported by a 120Hz refresh rate. The whole package is powered by the refreshed Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip, which also powers the new 50MP camera array. And the package is rounded off with a 4,700 mAh battery for all-day use. Dive into our launch coverage for a closer look.

Pre-order Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 Drops new low ever Google's latest Pixel 7a Best ever price can be heard on Google Pixel 7a. The unlocked Android smartphone drops to $444 shipped from Amazon in all three styles of the 128GB handset. Normally priced at $499, today's offer totals $55 in savings while marking one of the first actual cash discounts to date. It's also a new low, surpassing our previous Prime Day listing by an extra $5. Google's new Pixel 7a arrives as the latest iteration of the brand's attempt to repackage last year's phones into a more affordable device. This time we've found that the Pixel 7a doesn't compromise even with the more affordable price tag, delivering a 6.1-inch 1080p display backed by a 90Hz refresh rate. All the usual Pixel niceties make the cut, with the Tensor G2 chip powering the experience. The upgraded 64 MP camera is supported by a 13 MP ultra-wide companion, as well as a 4,385 mAh battery to complete the package.

Google's official Pixel 7 Pro case hits a new low of $20 Amazon is now offering Google's official Pixel 7 Pro case for $20 for Prime members or those who have orders over $25. you hit $30, but now you're not just looking at one of the first discounts, but at a new low. It's 33% off and lands as only the third notable offer at $2 below the previous June price cut. By wrapping your Pixel 7 Pro in slightly transparent polycarbonate, this official case can protect against both scratches and drops. In addition to all the additional protective benefits of the case, Google also uses construction made from more than 30% recycled materials. It's a trend we're seeing more and more from smartphone manufacturers and a refreshing tweak for these official cases. We also got a hands-on look at how it all works in a recent review.

Sennheiser's Momentum 3 are some of the best sounding ANC earbuds. Amazon is now offering the best price yet for the Sennheiser Momentum 3 ANC earbuds. These are some of our favorite releases here at Homekit.Blog, and now even more so at such a remarkable discount. Today's offer drops to $150 and is settled at the lowest price we've ever seen, following the $50 discount off the going rate of $200 as of late. We last saw these earbuds for $170 earlier this year, but this is still one of the first opportunities to save in 2023 as well. We'll take a look at what to expect in our hands-on review, but you should at least look below and see the features for yourself and see why this was one of our favorite pairs of earbuds last year. Delivering everything you'd expect from a pair of true wireless earbuds from the hi-fi brand, the Sennheiser Momentum 3 puts audio fidelity and premium aesthetics at the forefront of the experience. As you may know from our Best Earbuds of 2022 feature, we found these were the best sounding earbuds of all of 2022. While it's not all about the sound quality, you can also enjoy multipoint Bluetooth connectivity, 28 hours of battery life and fairly robust active noise canceling technology.

TP-Link's dual Assistant Outdoor Smart Plug reaches $23. Shipping is free for Prime members or on orders over $25, and be sure to clip the coupon on the page. This model launched in late 2022 for $30 and has seen only a few notable price drops since then. Today's deal comes within $2 of its all-time low, slightly undercutting our previous listing and delivering the best price we can find. It provides a pair of individually addressable outlets to your outdoor space to give HomeKit control over patio lights and anything else you've plugged in. You can ask Siri to turn the lights on and off (requires some kind of Apple network device like HomePod or Apple TV - also works with Google Assistant or Alexa) and comes in a weatherproof IP64 case. Take a closer look here.

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