How low must 2015 and 2014 flagship Androids go to make you turn your back on the hot new but pricey LG G5, Samsung Galaxy S7 or HTC 10? Well, if $275 wasn’t low enough to revive your interest in the LG G4, and the ancient G3 still felt a little rich for your blood at $220, Woot is somehow able to do the unthinkable for the next 15 hours and counting.
That’s right, the two previous-gen high-enders are even cheaper by midnight CT, with one small catch. You’re looking at refurbished units rather than brand-new ones, nonetheless restored to mint condition, free of scratches or scuffs, and covered by 90-day limited warranties.
Both phones can be had in 32GB unlocked GSM variants, meaning they should work fine on AT&T and T-Mobile, not so much for Verizon or Sprint customers. The $210 LG G4 comes in your choice of metallic grey or brown leather (no black leather, unfortunately), with the $130 LG G3 offered in black only.
Powered by Android 6.0 Marshmallow for a while now, the two also sport high-res 5.5-inch screens, relatively potent processors, 3GB RAM each, more than decent cameras, and identical 3,000 mAh batteries. Bottom line, they’re no-brainer bargains.