Nexus phones tend to be in extremely high demand just after release, but right now Google has one that's shipping in two days. If you order the white version of the Nexus 5 32GB at the moment, you can get it considerably faster than any of the other models... yes, perhaps even in time for Christmas. The Play Store shows it shipping in 1-2 days, meaning that UPS would be speeding it to you by Thursday at the latest.
The Nexus 10 is getting a little long in the tooth, but it's still the only 10-inch tablet you can buy that runs the latest version of Android without any manufacturer extras. In addition to the double Nexus 7 deals from earlier this morning, eBay has a fantastic discount on a brand new Nexus 10 32GB. Not only do you get a new (not refurbished) tablet for $399, a hundred bucks off of retail, you also get a $100 prepaid Visa Gift Card.
Happy Thanksgiving to our American readers. Today is the day that we reflect on all we have to feel thankful for... for about ten minutes. then we binge on food, football, and consumerism. If you'd like to skip the first two, you can score a sweet deal on the updated Nexus 7 tablet over at eBay. One vendor has a new 16GB model for $189.99, $40 off, and another is offering a refurbished 32GB N7 2013 for $209.99, a full $60 off the retail price.
We've featured various incarnations of the Nexus 10 on dozens of deals at this point. If you want a cheap, powerful, 10-inch AOSP tablet and you don't have one by now, you've got no one to blame but yourself. That said, if you're looking for one last chance at a deal, we've got your back. Woot has the 32GB version of the Nexus 10 available for $329.99 plus $5 shipping.
eBay certainly seems to like their Nexus tablets, not that we're complaining. After featuring the new Nexus 7 yesterday (and selling out rather quickly) they've repeated the Daily Deal on the Nexus 10 from exactly one week ago. That's $369.99 for a brand new 32GB Nexus 10, with free shipping to the United States.
There may be a new Nexus 10 coming, but that doesn't make last year's Samsung tablet any less impressive. If you've had your eye on the 32GB version of Google's biggest, fanciest Nexus, eBay has a deal for you: $130 and just over 25% off the retail price. Yup, the 32GB Nexus 10 is on sale right now for $369.99, which is $30 cheaper than even the 16GB version in the Google Play Store.
Is the new Nexus 7 not doing it for you? No wonder: you want a manly man's tablet! For men! (And also women who appreciate high resolution and fast processors.) 1080P? That's like a baby's toy! 7-inch screen? You laugh with scorn! If you're busting with all this technological machismo and a burning desire to save money, eBay's got you covered: the Nexus 10's 32GB model is currently on sale for $399.99, matching the 16GB model after a $100 discount off the retail price.
For many power users, 16GB just doesn't cut it any more, especially when the world's leading smartphone manufacturer insists upon using a third of that for its customized Android build. Combine that with a still-outrageous premium for those few models that of phones that include extra storage, and you've got a recipe for frustration. But the Galaxy S4 situation just got a little less rage-inducing, at least if you're a prospective Verizon customer: both Amazon Wireless and WireFly have dropped the 32GB version of the Galaxy S4 to $199.99 on-contract.
It's been more than half a year since Google officially unveiled the Nexus 10 tablet, and the Samsung-made device has yet to be dethroned as the debatable king of Android slates. If you've been waiting for a sweet deal to grab your own, you'd better hurry: the closeout specialists at Woot.com have the 32GB version on sale at Tech.Woot for just $380, a whole $120 off the Play Store retail price, and still cheaper than the 16GB version at most outlets.
The Galaxy S4 is a beast of a phone, and very likely to be the best-selling Android device in the world this year. It's also pretty bloated when it comes to software: on a brand new, unsullied phone, more than 6GB of internal storage is taken up by Samsung's TouchWiz version of Android. Most markets don't yet have access to a 32GB or 64GB model, and the base 16GB version has less than 10GB of user-accessible storage available.