With the “next big thing” now out for a couple of weeks, and confirmed as a great box-office success, you probably expected an onslaught of price cuts on Samsung’s yesteryear flagship.
So I just dusted off my desktop PC the other day, because cleaning. Yup, it’s seen that much disuse, especially since I no longer have the time like I used to in my hardcore gaming days. But even if I did have the time, I’m not sure that I would go back. Mobile devices are just so much more.. freeing.
Samsung Galaxy S6It’s virtually impossible to find a decent deal on a sizzling hot smartphone like Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, especially now that T-Mobile’s free Netflix promo has expired. But Best Buy continues to bundle the two metal-and-glass gadgets with complimentary wireless charging pads (typically worth $59.99), separately offering a cool discount for folks looking to upgrade from an ancient GS4.
Thunder beats lightning, or so the nation’s leading “Uncarrier” seems to think, with a slew of web-only smartphone promotions offered through April 22. The rumble starts with Samsung’s yesteryear flagship, the Galaxy S5, outshined and overshadowed by the “next big thing(s)” and thus in dire need of a wow factor lift.
It’s raining lucrative gadget promotions this beginning of the week, and in case you’re made of steel and able to resist both the Fire HD 7 deal at Amazon and Best Buy and BlackBerry’s assortment of discounts, we have something even better for you.
For a limited time, the Amazon Fire HD 7 is only $79, at least if you can make do with 8 GB internal storage and sponsored screensavers. Remember, there’s no microSD external space expansion possibility, and the OS easily occupies half of those scant 8 gigs.
Why go through the hassle of selling decrepit gear on eBay and risk getting stiffed by professional con artists disguised as honest buyers? Or worse still, give up on a 100 percent functional tab just because it’s a little old and clunky? That’s what trade-in programs are for, and the latest such upgrade scheme from Best Buy is unusually generous.
Face it, $400 isn’t a lot of money to score new mobile gear with, even in the age of ultra-low-cost Chinese flagships, Moto Es and Gs. If you hurry though, you can use it to buy not one, but two above-average LTE-capable Androids, and you’ll still have enough change to accessorize both gadgets.
Whether you’re a road/air warrior in need of a quality set of cans, or someone who loves to take advantage of fantastic deals, I’ve got one for you today. But only if you act quickly! Amazon’s Deal of the Day is slashing half off the price of brand new Sony noise canceling headphones, models MDR-10RNC more »
Talk about unorthodox cross-promotion. Microsoft is currently plugging the ultra-low-cost HP Stream 7 tablet alongside the premium Surface Pro 3 “laptop replacement”, bundling the two at the price of one.
It’s raining lucrative promotions on older Samsung gear for stock-clearing and charm-preserving purposes, but while the company’s “next big thing(s)” obviously don’t need hotness boosts, they’re getting them nonetheless.
Instead of expecting gifts, as you do when celebrating an anniversary, Amazon goes in a giving mood itself and lets its Android-owning fans install no less than 34 apps and games free of charge. Well, technically, the Amazon Appstore will be four years old on Sunday, March 22, but we wouldn’t hold our breath for better looming deals.