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Daily Steals Sale: Galaxy Nexus LTE for $199, Galaxy S4 for $599, DROID X for $69 (Wait, What?), and More

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Daily Steals is currently running one of their “Last Calls” collections promos that includes a variety of Android products that may be worth a look should you be in the market for something new or “recertified” but don’t want to sign a contract. The Galaxy Nexus LTE on Verizon is one in particular that is carrying the low price of $199. And again, that’s the full retail price for the device, meaning you don’t have to sign a contract to pick it up. The phone is “recertified,” so you may only want to consider this one if you are desperate. Replacement G-Nex models are known to have issues. 

But the deal also includes the unlocked Samsung Galaxy S4 for $599 (unlocked model doesn’t work on LTE in the U.S.), the incredibly old DROID X for $69, original DROID RAZR for $169, and more. There are listings for a couple of Samsung tablets, the Blackberry Playbook, GSM Galaxy Nexus, Galaxy Note 2, Motorola Atrix 2, and the Microsoft Kin One. Lots of options.

Feel free to give them a look before they sell out.

Via:  Daily Steals

Cheers Nick!

  • Simon Belmont

    I see lots of “in good conditon’ Verizon and Sprint G’Nex’s on eBay and Swappa in the $150-$180 range. The CDMA ones are worth a lot less than the unlocked GSM ones because they’re tied to their respective carriers.

    I actually just picked up a mint unlocked G’Nex for a steal of a price. Good times.

  • CivilDroid

    Too bad they didn’t have a stash of OG Droids. I’d totally jump on that just for old times sake!

  • artsr2002

    Sweet. Ordered a BlackBerry Stor…….sorry, couldn’t finish the sentence.

  • Kizaru Hiruko

    “Replacement G-Nex models are known to have issues.”

    You mean “Replacement G-Nex models are known to arrive broken.” Seriously, I ordered one through Daily Steals and it arrived with a cracked screen.

  • Zach Armstrong

    I think all LTE Gnex’s have issues

  • anezarati

    i heard quickly read “droid x” and thought they were selling the “x phone” ha

  • yummy

    I love both my dx and gnx.
    4th one was just right!

  • Avery Dejuan Herron

    where in the world is the full retail of a device 999?

  • KThatch27

    Had my Droid X for a little less than 3 years now and it still gets the job done. Definitely looking to upgrade soon though. High hopes for Motorola’s next flagship

    • ladynightshade

      Still have my DroidX. It is still my primary phone. I will upgrade soon though. I am a holdout due to the unlimited data on my Verizon plan.

      • Simon Belmont

        Haha. That’s the same reason my sister is holding onto her Droid X.

        Hopefully she’ll find a decent used (but more modern) phone to replace it. Her Droid X is showing its age.

  • Albert Reyna

    The droid razr seems like the best steal here. Good price and can be updated to 4.1

  • Avery Dejuan Herron

    A True retard wrote this and ” The phone is “recertified,” so you may only want to consider this one if you are desperate.” and this is note what I wrote the first time it was alot meaner!

    • Aaron

      A true retard wrote this “and this is note what i wrote..”

  • bitbank

    these prices are far from steals. Craigslist would be a cheaper and more reliable source of used phones.

    • LANCE

      yeah if you want your throat slit

      • Simon Belmont

        With a DROID RAZR. GET IT?

        Ah, nevermind. That was terrible.

        • LANCE


  • Higher_Ground

    Why do I have the feeling that 9/10 of their refurbished phones are just $200 paperweights…. you’d have to be pretty desperate to pick one of these up.

  • ImmaDroid

    Since when is the 16GB Galaxy S4 retail price $999? lol

  • zepfloyd

    Looks like VivaMovil has a way to stock up on some cheap phones.

  • KatsumeBlisk

    I’d honestly buy the Droid X just for nostalgia. That phone was awesome when it was in its prime.

    • hoosiercub88

      I miss the camera button 🙁

    • Bigsike

      I still have mine it’s now a mini monitor for my security cameras lol.

    • Trevor

      It’s the phone that got me to Verizon in the first place. I loved that phone.

    • Simon Belmont

      My sister is STILL rocking her Droid X. She’s had it almost three years now.

      She says it still works well, but some apps force close a lot now. Maybe a factory reset would help.

      • SamusDroid

        I still have mine from the day it was released. Pretty much new condition apart from the bad battery and the very customized software.

  • Trevor

    Oh good, they have the Blackberry Storm.

    • hoosiercub88

      Well, somebody has to have tons of them sitting in boxes brand new somewhere.. after everyone realized what a piece of s**t they were.. It wasn’t like they could actually sell them anymore.

  • John Burke

    349$ for the GSM GNex?
    C’mon now

    • antny

      saw that too. was like, “i can get a 16gb nexus 4 for the same price.”

    • Simon Belmont

      The unlocked GSM G’Nex’s go for pretty high prices still. Even used.

      I know because I did my research and picked on up a week or so ago. Got a MUCH better deal than $349 though, haha.

  • Will Frame

    I’m all about picking up a Kin!

  • Ray3rd

    $200 for a two year old phone ? Not !

  • Blue Sun

    Daily Steals… Stealing money from ignorant people daily.

  • Wait. Replacement GNex’s work great. I should know, I’m on my third one…

    • Adam Truelove

      I’m on my 4th, still love the phone. Granted, the last one got replaced because I shocked the hell out of it with static electricity.

      However, my friend’s and my dad’s original Gnexs both work perfectly.

      • michael arazan

        My first Gnex worked great till I broke the screen, my asurion replacement worked even better than the original till somehow I broke the digitizer without scratching the glass, I through it on my bed and it landed on my remote control, but My 3rd Gnex was awful, touch screen delays, charging problems, signal issues, but asurion replaced it with another and it works just as good as my original, and now I have 4 batteries for my GNex so I’ll never have to worry about running out of power

        • Adam Truelove

          You get a new battery when you replace via Asurion? Do they give you a new phone and not a refurb? When you get one via warranty replacement, they send a refurb without a battery.

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  • Blue Sun

    There’s a lot of jaw droppers in this article above…

    1.) $599.00 is the recertified retail price? Really?

    2.) Unlocked S4 doesn’t connect to LTE on US networks? The fine print was really fine when I checked out the specs.

  • trophynuts

    Correction. GNex LTE models are known to have issues in general.

  • Justin Barrett

    My GNex is still running like champ! Don’t need to upgrade for a while still! Just flashed Paranoid Android and it feels like whole new phone!

  • ßen Murphy

    I’m totally getting a Kin One! Said no one ever.

    • hoosiercub88

      Interestingly enough, my brother had KinTwo back when they were new.. it was a neat little device, sort’ve a precursor to WP7.. the cool bit was, it was a feature phone, so no data plan, but it had WiFi and a web browser.

      Camera wasn’t too bad either. Tegra processor made it fairly snappy too. His broke and they didn’t have any more to replace it with, so it got replaced with another run of the mill feature phone.

      • Simon Belmont

        If I recall, Verizon was pushing the uber-expensive data plans on the KIN phones. That is actually what killed them.

        They were geared towards younger folks, but the data plans were as expensive as full smartphones. Kind of a shame.

        • hoosiercub88

          There were two sets of KIN devices, the first set that you’re talking about were “pseudo-smartphones” that required a data plan. After they didn’t sell, at all, Verizon realized they had to liquidate them somehow, changed the firmware and allowed them to be sold as WiFi enabled feature phones.

          • Simon Belmont

            You’re right! I forgot about the “second wave” of KIN phones that were essentially a fire sale.

            It’s a shame because they didn’t seem half bad. What a shame!

  • Radgatt

    These are all great deals…

    • antny

      sarcasm is strong in this one…

      • Radgatt

        I was serious.

  • Daeshaun Griffiths

    I’d buy another GNEX just relive the memories. Seeing 4.0 for the first time and what martias was cooking up. What a moment.