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The best tech deals you can expect to see on Prime Day 2020

October 12, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

Prime Day, Amazon's biggest annual shopping holiday, is nearly here: The mega-retailer will kick off the two-day event on October 13. And while it is taking place later in the year than usual, there will still be a ton of deals to get your hands on. In terms of electronics in particular, it's your chance to save big on some of the best and most nifty tech of the year.

We’re talking discounts on gadgets like true wireless earbuds, smart TVs, fast storage, sweet tablets and smartphones, from brands including Apple, Amazon, Samsung, Sony, Google and Microsoft, among others.

To ensure you’re prepared to score all the savings, here’s a breakdown of how you can snag the best tech deals on Prime Day.

Prime Day deals kick off at 12 a. m. PDT on October 13, but you don’t necessarily have to wait until then to start saving; Amazon has already kicked off the holiday with some early-Prime Day deals.

As expected, Amazon devices – including Echo smart speakers and displays, and products from Ring, Kindle, Blink, Fire TV and Fire HD – are all going to see some steep discounts.

We expect many more entry-level and mid-range devices to be discounted on Prime Day. The occasional flagship, like the Galaxy S20 FE or Note 20 Ultra, will likely see price cuts as well.

Generally, Black Friday or Cyber Monday is the best time to pick up a new television, but we still expect some solid TV deals come Prime Day.

If you don’t need the best picture out there like an OLED or QLED, Amazon’s Fire TV, which are already on sale, offers a pretty good experience.

Fans of QLEDs should look out for discounts on the value-focused TCL 5 and 6 Series, which start at $399. 99 and $649. 99 respectively, while those focused on picture quality will want to look for Samsung QLEDs. The tech giant has been teasing two days of deals, so we’ll be monitoring the many models with the QLED 4K and QLED 8K series.

Our pick for best luxury TV, Sony’s A8H OLED, seems to be primed for a discount.

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