Here’s another Cyber Monday deal for you, this time for one of the best Android smartphones on the market. Best Buy is offering the LG G3 at just $1.00 with a two year contract. The deal is available for AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon, for Metallic Black, Silk White, and Blue variants of the device.
As always with these deals, there’s no guarantee how long it will last, so if you’re interested, hop on quick. You can see the devices on Best Buy’s website via the source link below.
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Looking to upgrade your tablet? Now would be an excellent time to do so. The Nexus 9 can be yours for $100 less when trading in any tablet that works. This deal is exclusively being held by Best Buy. The trade-in program rewards customers with a $50 Best Buy gift card and a $50 discount for the Nexus 9. And it literally covers any working tablet. The exclusions are tablets from Barnes & Noble and e-readers. Of course, the condition has to be in fairly good condition. Best Buy will not accept tablets with cracked screens or water damage.
This offer runs through Saturday, November 29.
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As from today, residents in the United States can pick up the Motorola Droid Turbo in a rich new navy blue colorway exclusively from Best Buy. This handset is the most recent addition to the Droid lineup of smartphones and can be yours on any of Verizon’s flexible 2-year tariffs for $199.99.
Starting today, residents in the United States can pick up Google’s latest smartphone, the Nexus 6, for $249.99 from Best Buy. The handset is only available in the Midnight Blue colorway and ships factory locked to either AT&T or Sprint.
Another color choice of the G3 is available. The flagship device of 2014 for LG is available in Blue Steel exclusively from Best Buy. It is for multiple carrier versions — Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint. The storage size is 32GB (with a microSD card slot) and the cost is $99 with a two-year contract.
Source: Best Buy [Verizon] [AT&T] [Sprint]
ASUS has announced that its first ever Android Wear device, the Zenwatch, will launch in the United States this Sunday, November 9. The unit will initially be available to purchase exclusively at Best Buy for $199. However, it is expected to make its way onto the Play Store in the not-too-distant future.
Yesterday we reported that Google had updated the Play Store to indicate 1-2 business days for shipping on the new Nexus 9 tablet. If you just cannot wait until tomorrow or later this week, it appears Best Buy has some versions of the tablet in stock and ready for pick-up at their retail stores. For now at least, only the Indigo Black versions are available and a quick check in my area shows good availability of the 16GB model. The 32GB model is available, but the locations that have them are a little more sparse.
Anyone out there planning to run down to a Best Buy and pick up a Nexus 9 today? If so, use the source link to check local store availability and let us know what you think of your shiny new tablet.
source: Best Buy
As from today, residents in the United States can buy a Moto 360 wireless Qi charger from either Best Buy’s online portal or from any of its 600 nationwide bricks-and-mortar stores.
One of the launch devices for Android Wear is available at Best Buy with a very attractive price tag. The G Watch, normally $229, is on sale for just $159 with free shipping. There are only three Android Wear devices on the market right now and this one from LG is still perfectly suitable for many people. Both Titan Black and White Gold models are reflecting the discount.
Are you interested in the LG G Watch at this price? Let us know in the comments if you are picking one up.
Source: Best Buy [Black Model Product Link] [White Model Product Link]
Consumers interested in the latest version of the Motorola Moto G can now grab an unlocked version from Best Buy for $179.99. The retailer is carrying the 5-inch smartphone in black or white versions, though you will have to get the white version shipped to you whereas the black version is available in store or for pickup.
The Moto G (2014) is similar to the previous version of the device in offering a decent hardware package at a budget price point. Motorola did let the device grow a bit as the Moto G (2014) sports a 5-inch display versus the previous version’s 4.5-inch display. One notable missing feature for some buyers though will be the lack of 4G support.
If you are interested in placing an order, just hit one of the source links below.
source: Best Buy (white), Best Buy (black)