If you were interested in picking up one of Samsung’s premium Galaxy A3 or A5 phones but weren’t sure where to buy them, Expansys has you covered. The online retailed has listed both devices on their website for purchase for fairly reasonable prices.
The Galaxy A3 carries a $329.99 price tag and sports a 4.5-inch screen with 8 GB of internal storage and 1 GB of RAM. The A5 runs $409.99 and has similar specs, but features 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of storage, plus an improved camera and a 5-inch screen. Read more
Expansys has just kicked off its Black Friday deals, slashing up to 80% off a whole host of smartphones, tablets, wearables and accessories while stocks last. Some of the biggest reductions include a Sony SmartWatch with ‘Limited Edition” Swarovski strap for $59, a Galaxy Alpha (32GB) for $499 and a Sony Wireless DR-BTWN200M headset for $49.
Hit the break below for a selection of our favorite discounts the retailer is currently offering.
Expansys is offering a fantastic deal on factory-refurbished models of Google’s second-generation smartphone, the Nexus 4. That’s the very same smartphone that took the Android user base by storm with its minimalistic “Vanilla” approach to the open-source operating system.
The device comes in both 8GB and 16GB sizes. The smaller storage model is being offered by the retailer for $149.99 and the larger for $169.99. Both variants come with a complimentary bumper case available in either black or white depending on the color of the phone you choose to order.
Expansys has fired up a promotion on Google Play Edition devices as part of an apparent effort to clear out some stock. If you don’t mind a device that may be a generation behind the current flagships and have been looking for the experience of a GPE device, this is something you will certainly want to check out. Read more
Online retailer Expansys has officially made the newly announced HTC One available for pre-order through their website. Expansys is offering unlocked HTC One models with 32 GB or 64 GB of storage along with either black or silver colors for £520. Of course that is a pretty hefty cost for a device, but if you’re dying to be one of the first to get your hands on HTC’s new stunning flagship device, click the source to head on over to Expansys website where you can pre-order your device today.
Before a phone comes out, we always have a bit of fun with accidental preorders and some leaked product pages. UK retailer Expansys kicked off this morning with an attractive price point of £399.99 ($643.70) for the newly unveiled Sony Xperia Z. This was quite a bit lower than the other preorders we’ve seen, but hey, you certainly wouldn’t complain about saving money, right? Unfortunately, that price was too good to be true, and Expansys has pulled the price back up in line with other retailers to £529.99, or $852.91. Unfortunately, they’re only listing the black color of the Experia Z, and there’s no official release date. Still, though, it’s good to see some preorders, because that means official availability can’t be too far off, and I’m sure I’m not the only one excited to get their hands on one of these monsters.
From the first sketches, to the leaked brochures, it looks like the international unlocked HTC One X+ is ready to pre-order online for the US. Thanks to online electronics retailer, Expansys USA, people who have been waiting and craving for the release of the One X+ will finally be able to put some money down.
Since Expansys just recently put the device on their website, it doesn’t look like there is a set price just yet, showing the “Price Not Announced” tag description. By pre-ordering, it means you will be first in line when they do announce the price. As a reminder, the specs are as follows:
- 1.7 GHz quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 Processor
- 1GB of RAM memory
- 64GB of internal storage
- NFC Support
- 4.7 inch super LCD 2 touch screen with a 720p resolution
- Size of: 134.36 x 69.9 x 8.9mm
- 2100mAh battery
- 8.0MP rear camera
- 1.6MP front-facing camera
- HSPA+ connection in Europe (US version with LTE)
- Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, with HTC Sense
The Galaxy S III is undoubtedly one of the most powerful smartphones manufactured. With the international version featuring a quad-core Exynos processor, it is hard not to love. In addition, Samsung creatively gave consumers a variety of different color choices including blue, white, and the infamous garnet red.
The blue and white models have made up the majority of Galaxy S III sales, while the garnet red color has been very limited. Unfortunately, due to AT&T’s agreement with Samsung Mobile, the premier color was exclusively sold through their network only. This was kind of a let down for fans who craved the red design.
Earlier this year, Acer unveiled their CloudMobile Smartphone. Now, the phone is finally up for pre-orders starting today over in the UK. Expansys, the popular mobile online retailer, is offering the Cloudmobile SIM-free and unlocked for £284.99 ($447.21). The price definitely isn’t too bad for what you’re getting:
- Android 4.0
- On-screen buttons
- 720p 4.3-inch display
- 1.5GHz dual-core processor
- 1GB RAM and 8GB on board storage
- 8MP rear shooter with LED flash
For those that decide to jump on this pre-order, you can expect Expansys to begin shipping the device on September 5th.
For all of you in the UK who were interested in Samsung‘s lumen projector smarphone combo, the Galaxy Beam is now in stock on Expansys website for £394.99. Just to recap, the G Beam will boast a 15 lumens pico projector, practically allowing users to walk around with a 50-inch screen TV in their pocket, or so Samsung says. The smartphone side will bring a 1 GHz dual-core processor, 5 MP rear-facing camera and 1 GB of RAM.
The concept is pretty cool, I have to admit, however it will be difficult for many to see this device as anything else past a social gimmick. The specs are good, but not as great as Samsung’s latest release, the GSIII, which will make adoption of the G Beam quite challenging. Who here is thinking about biting the bullet and snagging up one of these? If so, what real world applications do you have in mind for such a device?