Unlocked Nexus 6 (32 GB) in both Cloud White and Midnight Blue now available at Amazon

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The Nexus 6 might not be the most popular phone in the land, but it certainly is the toughest one to purchase. If you’ve been trying to get your hands on one, you can grab the 32 GB version at Amazon for $649.99, just $0.99 more than what you would pay Google through the Play Store. They have both Cloud White and Midnight Blue in stock, and it’s on Prime so you can save the shipping costs and receive it in 2 days, assuming you’re a Prime member.

Just hit the source link below and choose which color you want to get your order in.

source: Amazon

Flipkart to sell the Motorola Moto Maxx (aka DROID Turbo) in India

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Consumers living in India that are in the market for a new smartphone should keep an eye on what Flipkart has coming soon. The online retailer posted the teaser image above, showing that an unspecified Motorola device is nearing a release. Based on the use of the word “turbocharged” and the description below it, we believe that the DROID Turbo is what Flipkart is promoting. It will not be sold as the DROID Turbo in India as that name is utilized only in the United states. Motorola will instead market the handset as the Moto Maxx.

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[Deal] Best Buy has the Dell Venue 8 7000 for $369 plus get 1 year of Office 365 for Free

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If you have had your eye on the Dell Venue 8 7000, now might be a good chance to grab one. Best Buy has it on sale for $369.99 ($30 off), plus they are giving you a bonus. That would be 1 year of Microsoft Office 365 Personal, which is a $69.99 value. On top of all this, they are including Free shipping.

The Office 365 subscription will include one PC or Mac plus one iPad or Select Windows Tablet. I am hoping they failed to mention Android in the notes since Microsfot Office is now available on Android tablets.

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[Deal] Amazon selling the NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet with $30 gift card and free games

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This weekend, there is a little bit of an incentive to purchase the NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet. Amazon has the tablet in both WiFi and LTE variants available at their usual prices, but a $30 gift card and free games are included. The three games included at no extra cost are Half-Life 2: Episode 1, Half-Life 2, and Portal. So, combining the gift card with the free games, consumers taking advantage of this deal will save north of $100.

Amazon has not specified the end date for this promotion.

Source: Amazon [WiFi model] [LTE model]

Metal Moto 360 variants will be available in Canada in March

moto_360_alternate_faceIf you’ve been waiting to pick up a Moto 360 with a metal band in Canada, your wait is almost over. The company is set to release the metal-clad variants of its smartwatch later in March this year at a few different retailers.

The dark and light metal Moto 360 will be available for $329, and you’ll be able to pick up both options at Future Shop or Best Buy. TELUS will also be carrying the dark metal 360, and they’ll exclusively sell the champagne finish watch with the 18 mm strap, if you’re looking for something a little thinner. Read more

Motorola Moto E (2015) for Sprint listed on Best Buy’s site

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Pretty soon, we expect Motorola to announce the next version of its affordable Moto E handset. A product page went live earlier today on Best Buy’s site showing that the device would cost $99. This specific listing is for the Sprint variant as a prepaid option. Also, specifications and images of the device were included. The Moto E (2015) does not seem to have changed all that much compared to its predecessor.

Hit the break for specifications and images of the device.

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RadioShack files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Sprint moving into some stores

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After struggling to find any sort of success in recent years, RadioShack has officially filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The entire process includes plenty of moves and changes for various parties. General Wireless, a subsidiary of Standard General, will absorb most of RadioShack’s assets and existing leases for retail stores. Most notably, Sprint has agreed to move into approximately 1,750 stores across the country. It will allow Sprint to have a store-within-a-store setup. The agreement provides Sprint with around a third a retail space within the co-branded stores. While Sprint, Boost Mobile, and Virgin Mobile have primary branding on marketing materials, other carriers and products will continue to be sold.

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You can go to your local Best Buy store and they will install Lollipop on your Galaxy S 5 even if your carrier hasn’t released it yet

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Well here’s some interesting news today for those of you that own a U.S. carrier-branded Galaxy S 5. Assuming your local Best Buy store has a Samsung Experience Shop in it, you can walk in with your Galaxy S 5 and they will install Android 5.0 Lollipop on it. Sprint and Verizon are already pushing the update to their respective S5’s, but even you have an AT&T or any other carrier device, you can still get the update. The only exception would be T-Mobile.

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Carphone Warehouse to sell the LG G Flex 2 on March 19, pre-registration now open

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Mobile phone retailer Carphone Warehouse, based in the United Kingdom, has launched a pre-registration page for the LG G Flex 2. The page has a form to enter personal information to be notified when the handset is available to pre-order. Those interested can choose how they would like to buy the G Flex 2 (monthly or SIM-free) and which network. The exact date for pre-ordering to start is February 28. Then, the G Flex 2 will be available for sale on March 19.

Source: Carphone Warehouse
Via: Android Central