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Deals: Unlocked Galaxy S4 for $350, G2 Mini for $250 on eBay

In the mood for a smartphone deal? We have two today, both of which seem like steals.

The first is for an unlocked Samsung Galaxy S4. Sure, the phone is more than a year old, but at $350 without a contract, you are talking Moto X territory. Many would argue that the Galaxy S4 is still one hell of a phone, even with the Galaxy S5 now available. In fact, I would argue that the phone feels much better in hand. It also has a beautiful Full HD Super AMOLED display and one of the best cameras ever put into a mobile device.

This is the unlocked international variant, so it should work just fine on AT&T’s HSPA here in the US; LTE compatibility may be a toss-up. You can buy it in white, black, purple, or blue – the device is brand new.

If you want something even cheaper, take a look at the LG G2 Mini. At $249, you are looking at a device with a 4.7-inch display (qHD), quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor, and 8MP camera. This phone is not a flagship, but if you need a smartphone on the cheap, until you can grab a flagship, this wouldn’t be a bad option. Most phones these days run $200 on-contract, so $249 has got to be tempting.

eBay Links:  Galaxy S4 Unlocked ($349) | LG G2 Mini ($249)

  • paul_cus

    I’m going to get the G2 Mini. Price is too good to pass up.

  • Charles Walker

    Just got an LG G2 for $400 at T-Mobile. Am I better off with an S4? The LG mini is also tempting…

    • Carlos Lopez

      Keep the g2 its way better than the s4 and the g2 mini isnt worth switching to since its a weaker version of the g2, hope that helped

    • Danish Prakash

      G2 lives dude, keep it.

  • htowngtr

    So it doesn’t have the LTE bands at all?

    • middlehead

      It may not; the 9500L appears to be an international variant that not only has no LTE radio but uses a MediaTek processor. Samsung’s own profile page says it’s made for Africa and does not mention LTE, and is non-specific about the identity of the quad core processor; I found the MediaTek mention elsewhere.