I know this, and most of you know this, but the unsuspecting average consumer looking for a deal on Black Friday may not know this. And because of that, Samsung needs to respect its potential customers and not attempt to sell them a used phone that launched in 2013 and will not be supported from the day they purchase it. That’s the kind of money-grabbing insensitive move that any company should be repulsed by the thought of, particularly a company skating on thin ice when it comes to consumer confidence in its phones… More at Android Central.
I agree. $249 is not huge for a phone like this, but there are many potential problems coming down the road and lack of longevity if you buy this today in place of a similarly priced modern handset. Sorry, but Samsung should not be selling it today.