Remember the exorbitant amount of casheesh that Samsung wanted for its Galaxy S6 Edge less than half a year ago? Yeah, that's no more. As is the case with most flagships, if you're patient enough to wait for prices to drop, they inevitably will and to a point where you could actually consider forking that much money for them.
A few weeks ago, we spotted the 32GB S6 Edge down at $499, and now we're seeing the 64GB version at an equally awesome discount. How awesome? $549.99. That's how much the eBay seller wants for the G925F model, which is the international unlocked variant of the phone. Read More
A couple of months ago, we shared with you a deal on Intocircuit's 11200mAh battery, which at the time was down to $13.49 after a coupon code on Amazon. Today, we have another external battery from the company, except it's the next generation one with better specs, more power, and a relatively great price of $14.99 after applying a $15 coupon code.
This dual-USB 13000mAh battery has SmartID technology, which allows it to detect the type of device connected to each of its two ports and channel the most efficient amount of power to it. It can go as high as 2.4A on each port, for a total of 4.8A. Read More
After winning 5 Emmys at the 2015 Emmy Awards for its original series Transparent, Amazon announced that it would celebrate by slashing the price of a Prime membership. Given that these were the 67th Emmys, the price Amazon set is $67, down 32% from the usual $99. Read More
Man, the Galaxy S6 may not have the sex appeal of its more expensive brother the S6 Edge, but what it lacks in looks it is certainly making up for in value. Currently, you can buy an unlocked 32GB S6 in black, white, or gold for just $430 at Monoprice's store on eBay. This beats the previous best price we've seen by a not insignificant $40.
This is the G920i model, which is the standard international version. It should play nice with most GSM carriers bands, but you can check the full list of supported frequencies on the product page. Read More
Does Google Play Music All Access not quench your thirst for music streaming and random audio discoveries? Do you fail to see the appeal behind Spotify's playlists? Then maybe you use Pandora as your audio station and let it curate music just the way you like it... except when you don't and can't skip that horrible tune it just threw in your ears because you've already used your skips for the day.
Your solution is a Pandora One subscription, a $4.99/month subscription that gives you more daily skips and lesser timeouts, while also removing ads. But if $4.99 is too much to pay, or if you're already a Pandora One subscriber and want to save a bit, there's a sweet little deal over on StackSocial that you may be interested in. Read More
The FLIR ONE infrared camera accessory is a gadget that few people have heard of and even fewer people really need. It's a cool little device that attaches to the MicroUSB port on your Android smartphone and transforms your device into a heat sensing camera. Ryan here at Android Police reviewed one a while back and came away pretty impressed.
I personally have absolutely no practical use for an infrared camera. That doesn't mean I don't want one! Getting to play with a thermal imaging camera would make me feel like a Mythbuster or James Bond (he's almost as cool as a Mythbuster). Read More
The V-MODA Crossfade M-80 is an exceptionally well built set of noise isolating cans with superb sound and distinctive styling. We loved them here at Android Police when we reviewed them after they launched back in 2012 and that adoration has only grown as the price has decreased over the past of couple years.
Today you can grab a pair of these sweet headphones for just $80 at Amazon or BestBuy, about half of what they normally sell for. That matches the best price we have ever seen on the M-80 and is a killer deal. If you need some new headphones (or just really want some) you shouldn't hesitate to pull the trigger.
You have your pick of two different color variations, black/red or silver/white. Read More
If you want the convenience of Bluetooth audio in your car without shelling out a ton of cash for a new stereo (or car for that matter) than there are few better options than a Bluetooth car kit. One of the highest rated kits on Amazon is on sale today and is sure to make your morning commute a whole lot more convenient.
The GOgroove BlueGATE Bluetooth Car Kit is loaded with an impressive feature set. The receiver has Bluetooth 4.0 for high quality audio, NFC for fast pairing, and a 2.1A USB charging port for topping off your electron hungry gadgets. Read More
If you are a GSM user thinking about picking up an LG G4, then listen up. The international variant of the 32GB LG G4 is currently available on eBay for the crazy good price of just $419. That's a couple hundred bucks off the original retail price and $80 less than the last time we wrote about it.
The model being sold is the H815 international version. It's compatible with HSPA and most of the LTE bands on both T-Mobile and AT&T. Be sure to check the product listing for the full list of bands if you are concerned with compatibility. Read More
While the Dell Venue 8 is a tablet we considered quite solid (and now it even has Lollipop), there's no denying it was always really, really pricey. $450 isn't exactly the going rate for many Android tablets these days as the premium segment of the market never really materialized in a big way. To help ease the sticker shock of the unabashedly good-looking Venue 8, Amazon is chopping 20% off the top of that MSRP today in a Gold Box deal.
That means you can get the 32GB Venue 8 for just $359 (OK, $358.99, you got me), which is $10 less than the lowest price we've seen the 16GB version at. Read More