Trade-in Your Samsung Galaxy J Series Smartphone To Get Discount on a New Galaxy Handset

Heads up, Samsung Galaxy J Series phone owners! Now is the perfect opportunity to enhance your productivity and entertainment by upgrading to a new Samsung Galaxy device if you haven't already done so.

Until September 30, 2023, you can trade in any of your old Galaxy J phones and receive a PHP 1,000 discount when you purchase a new Samsung Galaxy device.

Trade In Samsung Galaxy J Smartphone

You have the option to trade your old Galaxy J Series for any new Galaxy smartphone, including the Galaxy S23, S22, S21 series; Galaxy Z series foldables; and A12 to A73 series.

If you're unsure about which Samsung Galaxy device suits you best, take a look at the exciting new lineup of smartphones:

Samsung Galaxy S Series

If you've always desired a phone with exceptional camera capabilities and top-notch performance, the Galaxy S23 series should be at the top of your list. Capture breathtaking moments and stunning selfies with its 12MP front-facing cameras, and create cinematic Nightography videos. Whether you're playing games or binge-watching your favorite series, you won't have to worry about battery life thanks to the revolutionary Snapdragon® 8 Gen 2 Mobile Platform for Galaxy, the most powerful and efficient platform ever seen in a Samsung Galaxy smartphone. The Galaxy S23 series is available in classic Phantom Black, as well as Green, Lavender, and Cream options.

Samsung Galaxy Fold and Flip Line

The Galaxy Z Fold4 offers an immersive viewing experience with its massive 7.6-inch main screen, making videos and games more exciting. It also enhances multitasking efficiency with Samsung's innovative Multi-Active Window, allowing you to access multiple applications simultaneously. Available in Beige, Phantom Black, Graygreen, and Burgundy, the Galaxy Z Fold4 is both stylish and functional.

If you prefer a more compact and fashionable option, the Galaxy Z Flip4 is the ideal choice. Its slim design ensures it won't feel bulky in your pocket. Capture your creativity with the FlexCam, which utilizes the phone's hinge feature for hands-free photo-taking and selfies. With splash resistance and exceptional durability thanks to Corning® Gorilla® Glass Victus®+ and the Armor Aluminum hinge frame, the Galaxy Z Flip4 is built to withstand the demands of everyday use. Choose from the attractive colors Bora Purple, Graphite, Pink Gold, and Blue.

Samsung Galaxy A Series

Experience the joy of creating amazing content, capturing memories, and enjoying your favorite entertainment with the Samsung Galaxy A54 5G and Galaxy A34 5G. These phones offer high-quality images and come equipped with creative editing tools for photos and videos. Featuring immersive Super AMOLED displays with FHD+ resolution, they bring vibrant and realistic colors to life. With fast 5G connectivity, you can enjoy seamless downloads, streaming, and gaming experiences. Additionally, both phones offer super-fast charging. The Samsung Galaxy A54 5G and Galaxy A34 5G are available in eye-catching Lime, Violet, and Graphite color options.

If you're looking for a more compact and budget-friendly option, the Samsung Galaxy A24 LTE is the perfect choice. It features an upgraded 6.5-inch Full HD+ display with crystal-clear graphics, making it ideal for unwinding with viral videos or enjoying mobile games with friends. Capture the best angles for your selfies and create unforgettable memories with its improved 13-MP selfie camera, 5-megapixel ultra-wide camera, 50MP OIS Main Camera, 2-MP Macro lens, and new 2-MP depth sensor, ensuring sharp images and videos. The phone's Mediatek 6789 processor supports higher memory bandwidth, and it comes with 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and a Micro SD card slot. The Galaxy A24 LTE is available in Awesome Lime and Awesome Graphite colors.

Please note that this promotion is valid at all participating Samsung trade-in retail stores and participating online partners with DTI Fair Trade Permit No. FTEB-170068 Series of 2023.

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