Amazon Prime Day 2020: Best Phone Deals to Stream 'Yellowstone' on the Go

Amazon Prime Day is perhaps the best day of the year to score massive deals on everything from electronics to everyday household items and everything in between. As shoppers peruse this year's annual blow-out sale, which was rescheduled from July to October due to the coronavirus pandemic, they'll likely be looking for new devices to stream some of their favorite series and movies. Thankfully, Amazon is making it easier to binge on the go, including go-to favorite series like Paramount Network's Yellowstone, with massive deals on phones.

Co-created by Taylor Sheridan and John Linson, Yellowstone debuted on Paramount Network in June of 2018, starring Kevin Costner as John Dutton, who controls the largest contiguous ranch in the United States and is constantly under attack by those it borders, including land developers, an Indian reservation, and America's first National Park. The series has quickly risen to critical acclaim, scoring a Season 4 renewal even before its Season 3 premiere, and has become the fanfare of many binge watches. So whether you want to give the series a watch for the first time or simply want to fit in an episode or two on your daily commute, scoring a brand new phone at a record discount on Prime Day is the way to go.

To score Prime Day discounts, you must make sure that you are a Prime Member – an annual subscription costs $119, whereas paying on a monthly basis is $12.99 per month. Once you are signed up, you will have access to all of the Prime Day deals as well as numerous other perks, including free two-day shipping and access to a long list of shows and movies to stream. To find a new device to stream Yellowstone on, see the options below.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20

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With its 6.7-inch display and 2400 x 1080 pixels resolution, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 sports one of the best screens that makes it perfect for streaming. The intelligent battery learns from how you work and play to optimize battery life, and the Samsung DeX feature allows you to link up to a monitor or TV to watch movies or videos. Plus, the hyperfast Processor transforms your working, gaming, and bingeing so you can multitask without slowing down. During Amazon Prime Day 2020, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 boasts a 25% discount, bringing the total down from $999 to $749.99. For more details, visit Amazon here.

Google Pixel 4 XL

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Much like the Samsung Galaxy Note 20, the Google Pixel 4 XL boasts an impressive screen size of more than 6 inches, measuring in at 6.3-inches. That large screen size makes it easy to watch your favorite shows, like Yellowstone, without missing out on the viewing experience. This phone also has an OLED display and a resolution of 1440 x 2960 pixels and 522 ppi pixel density. The Adaptive Battery learns your favorite apps and reduces power to the ones you rarely use, so you can fit in more streaming before having to look for an outlet. Currently, the Google Pixel 4 XL is marked down from $999 to just $649. View more details on Amazon here.

Apple iPhone 11 Pro

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Right now, you can score a 256 GB Apple iPhone 11 Pro for just $839.99. Typically retailing for $1,159.99, that is a 28% discount, a major deal for a top-of-the-line phone with amazing streaming experience. This phone boasts a 5.85-inch screen size diagonally, which is a bit smaller than the other phones in this list, and a Super Retina XDR display. This phone also features significant battery improvements over previous iPhones. It is important to note that the Amazon Prime Day deal is for a pre-owned product, which is backed with the Amazon Renewed Guarantee. For more details, view it on Amazon here.

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