Galaxy S24 owners can claim a free gift worth £349 from Samsung, here's how

samsung galaxy s24 pictured from the front and back with a plain grey background

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Aaron Brown

By Aaron Brown

Published: 08/04/2024

- 09:33

Samsung will send you a Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, no matter where you bought your new phone

Galaxy S24, S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra owners can bag a Galaxy Tab S6 Lite tablet (worth £349) for free from Samsung. The limited-time promotion started on April 3, so if you've already got one of these flagship smartphones in your pocket, you can claim the generous giveaway by filling out the form here.

If you don't already own one of the Galaxy S24 smartphones, there's never been a better time to upgrade. That's because if you sell the Tab S6 Lite for £349, you'll pocket half the cost of the Galaxy S24 itself. That demonstrates just how generous this latest promotionis.

Samsung will honour the freebie no matter where you bought the Galaxy S24, S24+, or Galaxy S24 Ultra... so if you have a reason to shop elsewhere (Prime membership, loyalty points, local branch for speedy collection) then it won't mean you miss out on the latest deal.

However, Samsung is also offering a guaranteed £100 discount on Galaxy S24, S24+, and Galaxy S24 Ultra when you trade-in any phone in any condition. Yes, that means you can dig out a dusty Nokia 3310 with a cracked screen from the back of a drawer and unlock a £100 discount on the complete line-up from Samsung.

With both deals combined, these are the final costs:

samsung galaxy tab s6 lite with handwritten notes on-screen

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite has a 10.4-inch LCD touchscreen that's compatible with the S Pen stylus to make handwritten notes and drawings


You'll need to place an order before April 30 to be eligible for both the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite tablet giveaway and £100 guaranteed trade-in value with any handset to the Samsung store. Samsung is also giving away £10 in credit for the Galaxy Store to spend any apps, games, films or TV shows that take your fancy.

Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, first launched in early 2020, arrives with a 10.4-inch LCD touchscreen, 8-megapixel rear camera, 15-hour battery life, and 128GB of built-in storage. Unlike the rival iPad series from Apple, Samsung includes a microSD slot that can be used to expand the amount of storage for your photos, videos, and apps — so you won't need to worry about running out of space.

Samsung will synchronise text messages and calls between your Galaxy smartphone and Galaxy Tab S6 Lite, so you never miss a call when it comes in.

The Galaxy S6 Lite is compatible with the S Pen stylus (although you'll need to buy one separately) so you can make handwritten notes, sign PDFs, and draw on the high-resolution screen.

The latest slate of Galaxy S smartphones was announced during the Galaxy Unpacked keynote in San Jose, California. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the standout feature built into all three new handsets ..although some of these features are coming to the Galaxy S23 series with a free update to One UI 6.1.

Dubbed Galaxy AI, the clever new software can translate incoming phone calls in real-time, write text messages for you, summarise lengthy notes into bullet points, move the subject of a photo and erase unwanted people from the background.

Samsung has partnered with Google to launch a new way to gesture-driven way to search online — Circle To Search. As the name suggests, this allows Galaxy S24 owners to long-press on the home button and circle anything on-screen to kickstart a Google search. For example, you can circle the city skyline in the background of an Instagram post to find the location, circle a book cover to get shopping results or circle an unknown actor in a Netflix show to find their IMDb page.

Some of these AI tricks are reminiscent of Microsoft's CoPilot Pro subscription, which costs £19 a month to use across Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel on Windows, Mac, and iPad.

four colour options for the galaxy s24 series lying face down

You'll be able to buy the Galaxy S24 and S24+ in the standard selection of four colours, or an additional three exclusive colourways


All three models of the Galaxy S24 arrive with Android 14 out of the box and guaranteed updates until the early 2030s.

Galaxy S24 Ultra is the only model with a stylus housed in the frame, enabling you to make handwritten notes, sign PDFs, annotate screenshots, and doodle on-screen. It follows in the footsteps of the iPhone 15 Pro and uses a titanium frame, which Samsung says will enhance durability.

This flagship phone model packs a quadruple-camera with a massive 200-megapixel main camera, 50-megapixel and 10-megapixel telephoto sensors capable of 100x digital zoom, and a 12-megapixel camera for ultra-wide shots.

animated gif demonstrating some of the photo editing tricks enabled by Galaxy AI

Galaxy AI enables some clever new photo editing tricks, letting you adjust the position of your subject and expand beyond the borders of the original image, as shown in the animation above


Galaxy S24 and S24+ also benefit from improved cameras, but miss out on the 100x zoom. Using AI, Galaxy S24 owners can resize or move the subject of a photo in their camera app. Unwanted people or objects can also be removed from the background, with Galaxy AI filling in any blank spaces.

Samsung can also transform any video footage into slow-motion, thanks to Galaxy AI.

Galaxy S24 starts from £799 with 128GB of built-in storage, while the larger Galaxy S24+ starts from £999 with 256GB of storage. The base model Galaxy S24 Ultra ships with the same amount of storage, but costs £1,249.

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