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Two Galaxy Note 20 Ultra units are pre-ordered for less than $ 25 thanks to a bug on Samsung’s Finnish website [Update]

Have you ever been lucky enough to get an excellent deal on a flagship smartphone? A Twitter user who has NiklasGods on hand has probably given you a boost and should absolutely be thrilled when he took advantage of a bug that was present on Samsung’s Finnish website by not one, but two Galaxy Note 20 Ultra flagships pre-order many a disposable price.

Customer also reserves two Galaxy Buds live, but unfortunately their price tag was not affected due to the bug

The total of the two Galaxy Note 20 Ultra pre-ordered flagships came down to a meager € 19.80 thanks to the bug, and if you’re using instant currency conversion it’s under $ 25. Unfortunately, NiklasGods also reserved two Galaxy Buds Live, but he couldn’t take advantage of the bug to give him that insane discount. The total of the four items was $ 399.80, and with the same direct currency conversion, the total is about $ 474.03, which is definitely peanuts for what was actually pre-ordered.

Galaxy Note 20 has a plastic back and costs $ 999 – Samsung charges customers a premium but uses non-premium parts

However, it has not been confirmed whether Samsung will actually fulfill this order or not. If the company does that it will be a huge win for NiklasGods as it has been quite a long time since anyone has taken advantage of a glitch in a website to place an order. To summarize what the lucky person ordered, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is armed with a Snapdragon 865 Plus or an Exynos 990, depending on where you live.

He will also be able to experience content on that massive 6.9-inch WQHD + AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate, which also supports LTPO technology that is not only convenient for the battery, but will also switch between 1Hz refresh rates and 120 Hz to save battery life, but that refresh rate will keep changing to different values ​​depending on what you do.

You also get up to 12 GB LPDDR5 RAM and 512 GB UFS 3.1 storage and all that comes with a flawless camera system. So guess what; should NiklasGods consider themselves a happy customer? Tell us in the comments.

[[[[Updating]- Samsung probably recognized the bug on its Finnish website and canceled the order almost immediately. NiklasGods must now feel completely broken.

News Source: Twitter (NiklasGods)

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