We’re less than a couple of weeks away from possibly the year’s most crowded mobile expo, where two highly anticipated new Android flagships will be officially showcased for the first time, and we all know what that means.
Samsung and LG have mere days left to try to clear as much Galaxy S6 and LG G4 inventory as possible, before prospective buyers can start sizing up the two against their successors and conclude the 2015 heavyweights are perhaps a little costly for what they offer nowadays.
Following a four-day Sprint bargain for traders, and a lightning B&H deal that brought the unlocked G4 at its historically lowest tag last month, trusted eBay seller qualitycellz charges just $330 beginning today.
There’s no way to know how long the reduced listing might last, since it’s dependent on no doubt limited stocks, but it’s probably a good idea to hurry. Unfortunately, the only G4 flavor on sale is the one coated in “metallic gray” (read made entirely of plastic), while most LG fans would likely prefer the leather-clad 5.5-incher.
Still, 330 bucks remains a very hard to turn down price, when 4G LTE connectivity on AT&T and T-Mobile is covered, and you also receive a slew of other high-end goodies, including Marshmallow readiness, Snapdragon 808 punch, 3GB RAM, Quad HD screen resolution, 3,000 mAh battery juice, 16MP photography prowess, and 32GB expandable storage. Who cares if a radically redesigned LG G5 is right around the corner?