Last month Expansys USA was willing to sell you a Nexus 9 LTE for $380. That was and remains significantly less than the $600 the Google Store charges for the same device. At the time, it was also less than Amazon, but that company has since dropped its price down to $375.
So, why are we all gathered here around this blog post then? Because Expansys USA is now ready to sell you a Nexus 9, still with LTE, for just $340. Read More
The LG G Flex 2 is a pretty good phone, even compared to LG's own flagship G4, and it's a great option if you're tired of all the ever-bigger screens that seem to be the current rage. It's also got a pretty decent price: US Cellular sells it for $50, AT&T sells it for $100, and Sprint is selling it for $200 at the moment, with off-contract prices ranging from reasonable at around $500 to ludicrous at over $700 (thanks, AT&T). Read More
A 32GB Nexus 6 will run you $649 in the Play Store, while the larger model will set you back $699. Right now Expansys USA is offering the international variants for $20-30 off. The smaller option is marked down to $619, while the latter is priced at $679. Both sizes are available in Cloud White or Midnight Blue.
Let me repeat, these are international versions of the Nexus 6, version XT1100. Read More
You don't need a lot of money to get your hands on Android 5.0. You don't need a current device, either. The Nexus 4 and 2012 Nexus 7, despite being over two years old at this point, both get to taste Lollipop.
Picking up either of these devices is one of the more affordable ways to play around with Google's latest software. But Expansys USA is holding a blowout sale where it will let you digitally walk out with both devices for as low as $159.99. Read More
Google officially pulled the HTC One M7, Galaxy S4, Xperia Z Ultra, and LG G Pad 8.3 Google Play Edition devices from the Play Store not too long ago. Since then we've seen a couple of them pop up on sale across various distributors. When an eBay seller offered the Galaxy S4 for $499 ($150 off) last month, we considered that a deal. Before that, Expansys USA offered the Z Ultra for the low price of $349, $100 less than what Google last asked for it. Read More