Friday deals: Samsung Note20 Ultra $950, Lenovo Smart Clock $25, Chromebooks from $169, more

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Today’s best deals include early Black Friday Android smartphone offers, Lenovo Smart Clocks from $25, Chromebooks, and more. Hit the jump for all that and more in today’s 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Early Black Friday Android smartphone deals

Microsoft is currently discounting Samsung’s unlocked Galaxy Note20/Ultra lineup headlined by the Note20 Ultra 128GB at $950. Usually selling for $1,300, today’s offer is $350 off the going rate, $50 below our previous mention, and a new all-time low. Centered around a 6.9-inch AMOLED 2x display with 120Hz refresh rate and HDR10+, Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone is certainly worth a look at today’s price. You’ll also enjoy S Pen support as well as a triple-sensor rear camera and expandable microSD storage to complete the package. 

Bring Assistant to the nightstand with Lenovo Smart Clocks

Walmart is currently offering the Lenovo Smart Clock Essential for $25. Typically fetching $49, today’s offer amounts to 49% in savings, matches the expected Black Friday price, and comes within $1 of the all-time low. Bringing Google Assistant to your nightstand, Lenovo’s new Smart Clock Essential packs an LED display for showcasing the time alongside doubling as an alarm clock. You’ll be able to summon Google’s voice assistant for commanding smart home gear and much more, and a 2.4A USB charging port rounds out the notable features. 

Samsung’s Galaxy Chromebook now $200 off

Today has seen plenty of Black Friday promotions go live, and now various Chromebooks are being discounted ahead of the shopping event next week. Headlining all of the deals, Amazon has the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook i5/8GB/256GB for $799. Usually selling for $999, today’s offer is good for a $200 discount, marks the best we’ve seen in months, and matches the all-time low. Delivering a more premium Chromebook experience than other options on the market, here you’ll find a 13-inch 4K AMOLED display, aluminum build, and backlit keyboard. On top of its 256GB of solid-state storage, there’s also 8GB of RAM and a 2-in-1 form-factor with bundled S Pen. 

Samsung Galaxy smartwatches from $50

Amazon is currently offering the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 45mm for $369. Typically fetching $429, today’s offer is good for a $61 price cut and matches our previous mention for the all-time low set only once before. The 41mm version is also $339, down from $400 and matching the all-time low, as well. Samsung’s latest wearable delivers a circular OLED display in either 41mm or 45mm sizes complete with a rotating bezel. On top of the usual fitness tracking features you’d expect, there’s also heart rate monitoring as well as SPO2, VO2 max, and even ECG functionality that’s on the way. Shop more Samsung wearables starting at $50.

Roku streaming media players from $17

Amazon is now kicking off a series of Black Friday discounts on the entire Roku streaming media player lineup headlined by its new Streambar at $100. Usually selling for $130, today’s offer amounts to 23% in savings and marks the very first price cut we’ve seen since being announced at the end of September. Combining a media player and soundbar, this hybrid home theater upgrade is a perfect option for breathing new life into a guest room TV or elsewhere in your setup. It features 4K HDR playback alongside Dolby Audio support and works with both Alexa as well as Assistant. And just like the rest of the Roku lineup, you’ll now be able to rely on HomeKit and AirPlay 2 functionality for pairing with your Siri smart home, too. Shop other options from $17 right here.

Best trade-in deals

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