We're another month removed from the release of the Samsung Galaxy S20 series and another month closer to the announcement of the Galaxy S21 series. So, if you want a Galaxy S20+ without having to tie strings with a carrier, you'll be able to get it unlocked for even less than its previous best price.
Need a workout buddy that isn't a human? Maybe something to stuff in your ears, but that won't get in the way of your arms as you pump them to your next record? Jabra's Elite Active 65t true wireless buds are currently at the lowest price we've seen them: $94.54.
Amazon just started sending out a big home screen redesign to Fire TV devices, but that's not all the new stuff that's coming. Owners of the second-gen Fire TV Cube, 2020 4K Toshiba Fire TV, and 2020 4K Insignia Fire TV will soon be able to view their security camera feeds in picture-in-picture mode without interrupting the content currently playing.
Chargers are some of the most essential accessories you can spend money on, and right now, Amazon is offering some great deals on power products from Anker. Everything from car chargers to power banks is on sale, with options starting at just $12.59 — up to 41% off normal prices.
While the 2020 gaming news cycle has been dominated by the launch of consoles from Microsoft and Sony, there have been notable developments in the cloud gaming space as well. The latest update comes from Amazon's streaming service, Luna, which is now available to play on select Android smartphones.
Amazon is bringing live translation to Alexa in the U.S. The voice assistant can now be called upon to detect a conversation in two languages and translate between them sentence by sentence or phrase by phrase.
Anker has produced more than a few smart projectors with built-in Android, and one of the company's newer models is the 1080p Solar. It runs Android TV 9.0 Pie, and now you can get it for $441.99 from Amazon, a savings of $78 from the usual price.
Fitness trackers have been around for a while now, but Amazon started testing its first fitness-focused wearable earlier this year. It can measure body fat percentage, analyze the tone of your voice, and it's available now for an initial $99.99 along with a $3.99 monthly fee — but the real cost might be your privacy.
Amazon announced a bunch of new hardware back in September, but the company also teased a brand-new Fire TV experience. Now the update appears to be rolling out to select Fire TV devices, and it promises to be the most significant software upgrade yet, delivering plenty of new features that make it easier to watch what you love.
The Samsung Galaxy S10+ might have been replaced by the Galaxy S20+, but it's still far from outdated — it's very much competitive with this year's upper midrange phones and doesn't come with a battery-hogging and space-wasting 5G modem. Samsung continues selling its old flagship, and right now, you can get the 128GB version for only $549.99 on Amazon, which is $300 off. The 512GB variant is also off $300 and costs $799.99.