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Galaxy S5 price cut introduced as Gear Fit is bundled for free

Samsung is getting in to the Christmas spirit by offering you some serious savings on your smartphone and wearable purchases.

In an effort to part you from your hard-earned cash, the Korean manufacturer has slashed the price of the Samsung Galaxy S5 as part of a one day festive treat.

Usually setting wannabe owners back £579, the Galaxy S5 is currently available for ‘just’ £519.

Further sweetening the deal, those snapping up the cut-price S5 will also receive a Samsung Gear Fit smart band thrown in for free. The wearable is usually priced at £169.

For those interested in the bundle, the deal marks a total saving of £229.

Announcing the deal via Twitter, the official Samsung UK feed wrote: “’Tis the season to indulge so be prepared. Get a free Gear Fit with every GS5.

Although stock restrictions are unclear, Samsung has stressed that the deal will only be available today, Wednesday December 10.

The Samsung Galaxy S5 features a 5.1-inch, 1080p Full HD display alongside a 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 processor.

With a 16-megapixel camera on the rear and a secondary, 2-megapixel snapper up front, the Galaxy S5’s specs sheet is rounded off by 2GB of RAM, an integrated finger print scanner and an in built heart rate scanner.

The cheap S5 can be found here.

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