Since we're spending more of our lives' at home these days, it's a great time to double check your home entertainment setup and make sure it's everything you want it to be. If not, don't fret — Sony's 55" 4K Android TV with HDR and Dolby Atmos is currently discounted down to $698 on Amazon and $699 on Best Buy, a savings of about $100.
Android 11 is here, and we're sure you want to try it out — the only issue is it being limited to the Pixel series and a few beta releases right now. What if you don't have one of those? Well, if the Pixel 4a is still out of your price range, or you're looking for a phone with a bigger screen, you're in luck: Woot has the Pixel 3a XL on sale for just $300.
Welcome to Wednesday, everyone. Today we have more than a few apps and game sales to share with everyone, along with a handful of standouts, such as Pixelbite's excellent top-down shooter Space Marshals. There's also a sale on Templar Battleforce RPG, a fantastic strategic role-playing game from Trese Brothers. We also have the enjoyable minimal puzzler Hexologic, which is a great title to wind down with at the end of the day. As always, I've highlighted all of the interesting titles in bold to make discovery easier. So without further ado, here are 18 temporarily free and 47 on-sale apps and games for the middle of the week.
It can be hard to find a premium smart speaker at a decent price — oftentimes you'll be stuck spending more than you want to get the room-filling sound you're looking for. If you're on the hunt for a deal, Harman Kardon's Citation One smart speaker is on sale for just $90 at Best Buy.
Samsung unveiled the S20 Ultra earlier this year as the most premium offering in its S range of devices. Despite boasting big specs, it was tough to recommend at the MSRP of $1,400. We initially gave the S20 Ultra a 7/10 rating, but later lowered that to 6/10 due to the cost and mediocre camera performance. It's a lot more attractive right now, thanks to a top-rated eBay seller offering brand new, factory unlocked models for just $829.99.
Samsung offered some decent trade-in values and a good amount of store credit with the launch of the Galaxy Note20 series, but if you'd rather have a good old discount, you're in luck. Amazon and B&H currently have the US unlocked models of the Note20 and Note20 Ultra for $799.99 and $1,099.99, respectively, representing a price drop of $200 for both.
Who needs metal keys when you can have a memory full of PINs anyways? Well, people aren't exactly rushing to replace the hammers atop their deadbolts with smart locks for one reason or another — price may be chief among them. You, though, can take advantage of a sale on August's fourth-gen Wi-Fi Smart Lock for $31 off.
If you're looking for a new phone but don't have the budget for a flagship, you can consider a mid-ranger like the OnePlus Nord or Pixel 4a. However, with this deal, you can snatch an unlocked OnePlus 7 Pro for just $430, which is about $270 off its MSRP. At this price, you get a flagship device, albeit a slightly outdated one.
They say the bigger the TV, the better the quarantine. Okay, okay, I say that. But seriously, since movie theaters probably won't be safe for a while, upgrading your home theater setup is the next best thing. And today only, Amazon is offering up both 55" and 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart TVs made by LG for some super low prices starting at just $436.99 — a $462.01 savings.
Sometimes your phone can't make it through the day — whether you're streaming audio to Bluetooth headphones or binging YouTube videos to distract yourself, your battery just doesn't cut it. If you're looking for a portable charging solution, you're in luck: This RAVPower battery bank is on sale for just $27 ($13 off) at Amazon.