Nowhere near as enthralling as the G4 flagship, LG’s low to mid-end Leon still looked like it had a few things going for it when it went on sale roughly a month ago. Add (even more) extreme affordability in the equation for the next few hours, as the 4.5-inch Lollipop handheld costs a ridiculously low more »
We all know how substantial the profit margins of flagship smartphone manufacturers can get, how heated competition is these days, and how the worldwide market approaches oversaturation.
Unusually sympathetic to complaints from buyers of their newest flagship devices, the heavyweight mobile champions of the world are eager to lend a hand to US-residing digital hoarders. If you find the base 32 GB internal storage space of the Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge inadequate for your needs, but can’t squeeze the pricier more »
Seeing as how the youngest member of Google’s Nexus smartphone family has been massively discounted via numerous retailers of late, it was only a matter of time until the newest “pure Android” tablet followed suit. Even if they say no N9 sequel is in the pipeline right now. Nonetheless, the Tegra K1-powered, 8 mm slim more »
Unlike the G4, whose appeal LG almost desperately tried to increase via numerous promotions off the bat, the other Android top dog around didn’t need many deal sweeteners to take off. Granted, T-Mobile threw in free Netflix for a limited time, then the chance for 32 GB Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge buyers to go more »
Little known (for the time being) Miami-based device manufacturer BLU Products is really cranking up the aggressive price policies that have helped it gain some prominence of late. The LTE-capable Life One, for instance, was in such outstanding demand at $99, it’s now . Remember, even when (if?) it returns, the Lollipop-upgradeable 5 incher is more »
You may not remember this, but the super-slim Galaxy Alpha started the whole metal-framed trend for mid and high-end Samsung smartphones back in August 2014. The 4.7 incher debuted months ahead of affordable Galaxy A and E family members, let alone the glass-clad GS6, and it even saw daylight on the eve of Note 4’s introduction.
Sunny, worry-free days, morning strolls on the beach and refreshing Pina Coladas aren’t the only things you should be looking forward to this summer. Through July 9, Cricket Wireless hooks you up with ridiculously cheap, sizzling hot gadgets, including a trio of totally gratis smartphones.
No better way to show the man who raised, educated and cared for you how much he means than getting him a gratis Android tablet from Magenta for Father’s Day. Wait, that came out wrong. Typically, the LG G Pad F 8.0 isn’t available for free.
We can count the 2012-launched gadgets we’d still recommend you buy at the right price on the fingers of one hand.
It may feel like there’s still plenty of time to probe the market for the ideal Father’s Day tech gift, but it’s never wise to wait until the last minute. Besides, Best Buy’s latest batch of deals is so rich and diverse that it’s almost impossible not to find something for everyone’s dad.
Although they’re still selling on-contract Android gear (at excellent prices, FYI), the Moto X, G and E manufacturers have done everything possible of late to help their customers cut carrier ties.