Verizon Black Friday Deals


Verizon is America’s largest wireless service provider, and it has a massive selection of smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, headphones, accessories, and other gadgets.

Black Friday is a big time for Verizon, offering some of the best discounts on new devices. But it also has some exciting deals for existing customers, too.

iPhone 13

The iPhone 13 is an iterative update to the successful iPhone 12. It features a brighter display, a smaller notch, improved cameras, and longer battery life.

It also introduces a new Cinematic mode that records videos of people, pets, and objects with a depth effect and automatic focus changes – similar to Apple’s Portrait mode feature for still images. It also supports Photographic Styles, and intelligent, adjustable filters that intelligently adjust light, color, and skin tones for each subject in a photo or video.

The iPhone 13 is a compelling smartphone with a fast processor and many great features. It’s an excellent choice for users who haven’t upgraded in a while but don’t want to break the bank.

iPhone 14

If you’re in the market for an iPhone, Verizon has a handful of deals that could be worth checking out. The carrier currently offers up to $800 off the iPhone 14 Pro when you trade in your old phone and sign up with select 5G unlimited plans.

In addition, Apple’s latest entry-level device has some cool new features. For instance, the iPhone 14 has a crash detection system that will automatically call emergency services in the event of a car crash.

This is an industry first, and it’s a nice touch.

The iPhone 14 also has a new Dynamic Island feature, which replaces the prominent notch at the top of the screen with a smaller pill-shaped design that expands and contracts to accommodate notifications. It’s not game-changing, but it makes good use of dead space on the iPhone 14, Many potential upgraders are going to love this.

While this feature doesn’t affect me personally, it could make a difference to travelers or those who like to keep several SIM cards in one smartphone. If this technology becomes more widely available, it could help us save a lot of money on international roaming fees.

Samsung Galaxy S22

The Galaxy S22 is an impressive entry-level smartphone that packs a lot of features into a small form factor. It’s available in 128 GB or 256 GB storage options, and it also offers some impressive performance.

The S22 is one of Samsung’s first phones to use Qualcomm’s new Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset, offering fast performance. It’s also got a beautiful display that should look bright and vibrant.

Its design is more angular than the S21, with flat slabs of glass on both the front and back. As a result, its form factor isn’t relatively as thin as an iPhone, but it still keeps the phone pocketable and easy to hold.

Google Pixel 7

The Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro ($899) are minor upgrades to last year’s Pixel phones, with a new Tensor G2 chipset and a brighter screen. They also sport a metal camera bar that’s more pronounced than on the Pixel 6 models.

The camera is one of the most essential features of any smartphone, and Google’s latest efforts are top-notch. In particular, we’re impressed with the camera’s ability to capture beautiful portraits in low light.

Battery life is perfect, too; we managed to get 15 hours of use out of the phone on a single charge. It’s not as long as the iPhone XS and Galaxy S8, but it’s still better than most flagships.

The Pixel 7 is a solid choice for those who want a clean software experience and excellent cameras. It’s priced at a great value and should suit most budgets. However, if you’re looking for a more powerful device with better gaming performance, you’ll have to check out the Pixel 7 Pro.

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