If you need a good unlocked phone on the cheap, you might be tempted to pick up a Moto G or a Nexus 5, but this deal on the LG G2 is something to consider. This device is unlocked with US GSM/LTE bands and 32GB of internal storage for just $240.
We love us some cheap external storage here at Android Police, and today Amazon subsidiary Woot has a great deal on a jumbo-sized MicroSD card. The site is offering a 64GB SanDisk Ultra MicroSDXC card, refurbished, for $24.99. That's less than half the retail price of the new card, and a solid 35% off of Amazon's price. This is an ongoing Woot sale, so it won't disappear after today - the price is good until September 1st, or until stock runs out.
Man, eBay just loves those Nexus deals. The latest is for a new 16GB Nexus 5, not refurbished or restocked, for $324.99 ($25 off the Play Store price). With the free shipping available from this seller and no sales tax charged for buyers outside the state of New Jersey, it's approximately $80 cheaper, plus or minus a few dollars depending on location. Note that this is the standard D820 model. If you haven't picked up a Nexus 5 yet, this is the best price we've seen in a while.
When Sammy's Tab Pro/Note Pro line debuted, the Android masses alternately laughed and fumed at their over-the-top pricing. Thank goodness for market correction: nearly all the models in the series have seen significant discounts from the usual suspects, and today the 12.2-inch Galaxy Tab Pro gets another go-round on eBay. A refurbished version of the 32GB tablet can be yours for $347.99, a full $300 off the MSRP and almost $200 cheaper than Amazon's current price.
Update 8/21/14: Following Amazon's lead, the same $0.99 sale is now live on the Play Store.
The Amazon Appstore seems to be flooding with deals lately, giving us more and more reasons to use it (or at least consider installing it next to the Play Store). After the massive $100 apps and games that went free ten days ago, today's deals affect all of Cartoon Network's games - well, all but one - and discount them to $0.99.
Listen up if you're particularly fond of classic 2D platformers, old-school fighters, or general nostalgia. SNK Playmore is currently offering all of its paid games for just 99 cents apiece. For one title, The Rhythm of Fighters, this is the usual price. For the nine other releases available, this is a discount of roughly 75%, as they usually go for around $3.99. That means you could go through the list and get the full collection for the same amount three games would usually cost.
Newegg is offering up a pretty compelling deal on the Nexus 7 right now. Those interested in picking up a refurbished 16GB model can do so for about $103 (before tax) using VISA Checkout, after a $50 rebate.
This deal is actually a combination of promotions from Newegg - the site is offering 10% off (up to $20) when users select VISA Checkout and use promo code VCO, and Newegg's listing for the refurbished 16GB Nexus 7 offers a $50 rebate (via prepaid card).
Even if large swathes of people are able to get by just fine with 16 or 32GB of internal storage, I know there are more than a few reading this site who simply find that limitation unbearable. I understand. If my smartphone has all the power and functionality of a mini-computer, why can't it have the storage of one as well? For this reason, many people hold on tightly to devices with microSD card slots, and for them, there occasionally comes a deal like this one.