Why wait another week or so and rub elbows with millions of angry bargain hunters capable of anything it takes to save a buck when retailers like Amazon and Expansys are ready to cut you some of the greatest deals to date on sizzling hot mobile gadgets.
Granted, the latter electronics merchant is nowhere near as famous as Amazon, but in our many interactions with Expansys over the years, we’ve never been let down. You can rest assured therefore you’ll be getting a legit, fully functional unlocked 32GB original LG Nexus 5 at just $200 if you hurry.
There’s no telling how long the promotion will last, and in case you feel like you’ve seen the two year-old N5 go for less recently, that’s true… for the 16GB variant. As for this digital hoarder’s wet dream, it typically costs $350 SIM-free, and occasionally $270 or so.
Meanwhile, the 32GB first-generation Nexus 6 is itself on an early Black Friday sale, at $310 unlocked, but already, “stock is not in local warehouse”, so waiting times could be excruciatingly long.
Want something even bigger, cheaper, without voice call capabilities or vanilla Android software? What do you think about the Samsung Galaxy Tab A 9.7, which carries a $300 MSRP, but commands a marked-down price of $200 for a limited time? It’s tempting, you must admit, quad-core chip, Lollipop, 1.5GB RAM, microSD support and all.
Finally, if you’re into Windows rather than Android, efiven on a tiny 7-inch screen, the refurbished Toshiba Encore Mini sets you back a measly $50 after $50 savings, free shipping included.