To head into the weekend, we’ve got a couple of decent deals for you on Nexus devices, assuming you need a good phone on the cheap that actually receives software updates and security patches. You can pick-up last year’s Nexus 5X with 32GB storage for just $239.99 or the previously released Nexus 6 32GB for $279.99.
The Nexus 5X is available at the price ($160 discount) in either white or black as a brand new unit and is shipped to you for free. This is the US model, so it’ll work on all US carriers, including AT&T and Verizon.
As for the Nexus 6, the listing states that it is “new other,” which means it might come in packaging other than its original retail box. It doesn’t say refurbished, so it still should be an unused phone. You can choose from either white or blue models and it too ships for free.
eBay Links: Nexus 5X ($239.99) | Nexus 6 ($279.99)
With earlier-in-the-day phone talk all surrounding new Nexus and unlocked Galaxy S7s, we will now direct your attention to two similar devices that are being sold at decent discounts. eBay currently has the Verizon Galaxy S7 for just $414.99 and the Nexus 6P (refurbished by Huawei) for as low as $335.99 with coupon codes. (more…)
eBay has cooked up two serious deals today that include the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Nexus 5X. The Galaxy S7, in all its unlocked, dual-SIM glory, can be had for just $499, while the Nexus 5X with 32GB of storage is all the way down to $239.
If you are interested in the Galaxy S7, I’m not sure you will find a better deal than this. This is a 32GB unlocked version with dual SIM slots, so you can travel easily with this phone without swapping SIMs. This particular variant is model SM-G930FD and works on GSM networks in the US like T-Mobile and AT&T. It will not work on Verizon or Sprint. The only real issue here is that it more than likely won’t work with Samsung Pay because of its international nature. (more…)
If you missed out on the end-of-the-week sale that B&H Photo held last Friday for the 16GB Nexus 5X, we have another equally-as-good deal today. Over at eBay, you can grab a 32GB Nexus 5X for just $269.99, which is a $130 discount off Google’s full retail price. How can you beat that?
As we always mention with the 5X, this affordable 2015 Nexus was already a good value at Google’s pricing, so when you see big discounts like this, it’s tough not to want to jump at it. For one, it’s a Nexus, which means the quickest of all Android updates and access to Android Betas for things like Android N. This Nexus also has a great camera, a smallish body for those who like smallish phones, connectivity on all of the major US carriers, and is only getting better with each update.
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When it comes to the best reviewed and often most popular Bluetooth speakers on the planet, Ultimate Ears (UE) and its line of Boom and Megaboom speakers typically tops most lists. The combination of great sound, design, and value makes these speakers tough to beat. So when we see deals on them, well, we point them out immediately.
Right now, if you don’t mind a “manufacturer refurbished” product or two, the UE Megaboom can be yours over at eBay for just $159.99. (more…)
A current deal running over at eBay can land you a manufacturer refurbished Nexus 6 for a ridiculously low price of $180. Sure, this is the 2014 Nexus, which is a figurative whale, but it’s still one of the best performing devices you will ever use. And, it’s getting all the Android N love at the moment.
Whether you need a device to pass the time because you lost or broke your other, or you just love the Nexus 6 and all of its size, jump on this. The deal currently includes the blue version, as the white is sold out. Free shipping is available as well.
eBay continues to be the best place to buy the Samsung Galaxy S7 if you have been on the hunt for one that will work with AT&T and T-Mobile. At just $529, the unlocked dual-SIM model (SM-G930FD) is today’s steal, since you are looking at a $151 discount over the T-Mobile S7 and $166 discount over the AT&T version.
In case you were wondering, I’ve been using a similar model (SM-G930F) on both AT&T and T-Mobile for a couple of months now and have had no issues, other than the fact that these international models don’t necessarily have access to Samsung Pay out of the box. There have been some strides made toward getting it to work by flashing specific software, but it’s not exactly the most beginner-friendly process.
Still, at $529, this is a heck of a deal on a phone that is probably the best available Android device.
To end last week, the Nexus 6P saw a flurry of discounts from a variety of retailers by as much as $80. If you want a Nexus 6P, hopefully you took advantage. If you missed out on any of those deals, we have a new Nexus-related discount for you today that might be even harder to pass on. The Nexus 5X with 32GB can be had for $274.99, a discount of $125.
The phone is in new condition as model H790, which is the US variant, so you should have no issues taking this to your carrier of choice, including Verizon. Currently, the eBay seller has black or white versions and is offering free shipping.