Moments ago, we told you about a really good deal on an unlocked AT&T Moto X with 16GB of storage that could be had for $275 through eBay. That’s still a really good deal. But, if you wait until tomorrow, Motorola will sell you a 32GB version of the Moto X, likely from any carrier (Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and unlocked for T-Mobile), for $100 off.
The 32GB Moto X currently runs $449 (from the major carriers), so you could pick one up June 4 or 5, directly from Motorola, for $349. Not bad. (more…)
The Moto X may be almost a year old, but you could argue that it is still one of the best smartphone values on the market, and that’s with its current full retail price of around $399. When you consider today’s deal on eBay, that lists an unlocked AT&T model for $275, you are in full “steal” territory, approaching the exit for “impulse buy” territory.
The deal, which is available in limited quantities, includes a brand new (not refurbished or any of that jazz), in-the-original-box Moto X (XT1058) in white with 16GB of storage. We are talking $275 for a brand new phone that we called the best smartphone of 2013. The listing claims that this is the XT1058, which is the AT&T model. If you buy it, you should have great service on LTE with AT&T service.
Free shipping is included as well.
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Has the rumored HTC-made Nexus 8 got you thinking about an 8-inch Android tablet? If you just can’t wait to experience one for yourself, now is the chance to pick up a “factory reconditioned” (i.e., refurbished) 8.3″ LG G Pad 8.3 for $199 on Woot. That’s $100 cheaper than retail, and $50 less than Newegg had it in February, so it is a great deal. (more…)
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)
We mentioned yesterday that Android tablet deals pop-up on the daily and that you should almost never pay full price for one. If you needed any further proof of that tip, look no further than the current deal running for Samsung’s new Galaxy TabPRO 12.2 tablet through eBay. You can pick up Samsung’s latest flagship tablet – that would be the PRO line – for $399.
The tablet is “manufacturer refurbished,” but keep in mind that brand new Galaxy TabPRO 12.2 tablets originally retailed around the $650 mark. (more…)
HTC is hosting a special deal tomorrow, and tomorrow only. For a limited time, 24 hours to be exact, customers can pick up a One (M8) in Amber Gold for just $99 on-contract. That’s $100 off the usual on-contract price of $199. (more…)
If you want an Android tablet, finding a good deal on one is not difficult. In fact, I don’t know why anyone would pay full price for an Android slate at this point. Whether it’s something from Samsung or the latest Nexus tablet from Google, someone is bound to have a discount worth considering. Take today’s deal on eBay for example, where you can grab a refurbished 16GB variant of the Nexus 7 (2013) for $139.99. The device originally retailed for $229 in a “brand new” state, but thanks to the manufacturer having to tinker with it, you can save $90.
The Nexus 7 (2013) may be almost a year old, but it is still widely considered to be one of the best available.
Like music, but would rather not pay for it? Sonos has the deal for you. From now until July 5, you can get 6 months of Google Play Music All Access for free with the purchase of any Sonos player.
The timing of the promotion is impeccable, as Sonos recently added support for Play Music and All Access to its Sonos Controller for Android. The latest update integrates Play Music into that app’s universal search function, and allows you to beam tunes from Google’s service to one or many Sonos speakers. (more…)