If you haven’t signed up for an Amazon Prime subscription yet, today’s the day to earn instant exclusive access to Netflix-rivaling video streaming, all the ad-free music you can listen to, unlimited photo storage, Kindle ebooks, and most importantly, an assortment of impressive tech deals no one else is allowed to get in on.
That’s right, Prime Day is finally here, and if you thought early $50 discounts on the Moto G4 and G4 Plus were sweet, wait until you hear about the 24-hour-limited Huawei Honor 5X and Nexus 6P markdowns.
The Honor 5X, already one of the world’s most appealing sub-$200 smartphones, costs $120 today, in your choice of three snazzy colors (gold, silver or grey), with standard US warranties provided across the board.
Google and Huawei’s Nexus 6P, meanwhile, is understandably pricier, but at $404, it comes with 64GB storage, doubling down on digital hoarding room for an additional 75 bucks. Wrapping up the OEM’s promos, you have the Huawei Watch starting at $176, down from $350, and going all the way up to $330 in a luxury jewel/sapphire configuration.
Unsurprisingly, Amazon has put a bunch of its homebrewed gadgets on (extremely limited) sale as well, including the Alexa-powered Echo and Tap, which currently set you back $130 and $100 instead of $180 and $130 respectively.