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Get a Razer Kishi, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, and more with a Samsung Galaxy S21 in the UK

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What you need to know

  • EE's Gaming Unleashed bundle includes 12 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and a Razer Kishi.
  • The bundle is available for people who purchase a Galaxy S21 series smartphone with a Smart Plan from EE.
  • People who preorder a Galaxy S21 device can also get a free SmartTag tracker and a free pair of Galaxy Buds Pro or Buds Live.

If you're on the hunt for a flagship phone, British mobile network operator, EE, has quite the deal (opens in new tab) on the Samsung Galaxy S21 series of flagship phones. If you purchase one of the new phones on an EE Smart Plan, you'll receive a Gaming Unleashed bundle which includes 12 months of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and a Razer Kishi. A separate deal from EE also nabs you a SmartTag tracker and a free pair of Galaxy Buds Pro or Buds Live when you preorder one of the phones before January 29, 2021.

The Gaming Unleashed bundle is a new offering from EE, and it pairs what EE highlights is the "UK's No. 1 network for gaming" with Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and the Razer Kishi. In our Razer Kishi review, our senior editor Jez Corden called the Kishi the "best way to experience Project xCloud." All-in-all, the Gaming Unleashed bundle is worth £218, and you can get it for free with select plans.

Samsung's Galaxy S21 family of flagship phones have new cameras, displays, 5G support, and come at more affordable prices than previous Samsung flagships. Our sister site Android Central breaks down the Galaxy S21 series specs and went hands-on with the Galaxy S21.

All three of the Galaxy S21 series phones have 120Hz panels. They run on either Snapdragon 888 processors or an Exnynos 2100 depending on where you live. Importantly for those who want to use them for Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, they all support 5G connectivity. 5G support should help you stream over 100 games to your phone through Xbox Game Pass Ultimate.

Sean Endicott
Sean Endicott

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