massive Verizon sale earlier this month, the Wireless store at Amazon is selling the brand-new HTC EVO Design 4G for just thirty bones - a savings of $70 on the retail version. Of course, to get this rock-bottom price you'll have to sign up for a new two-year service agreement. The phone's already back-ordered, so you might want to get an order in soon.
recently unveiled Galaxy Tab Plus 7" is finally available at another big time retailer for pre-order although we still aren't sure when exactly it will be shipping. Pre-order pages from J&R were spotted earlier this month but were quickly taken down but I have a feeling the Amazon pages might last a bit longer.
first solid look back in September and the Atrix 2 was officially announced at CTIA. The original was released less than a year ago, and now the new Atrix 2 is available from AT&T and for only $99. Any Atrix owners feeling a little down?
$79 HTC Rhyme? Still haven't picked up that $50 Thunderbolt? Well good things come to those who wait, my friend, and today everyone can take their karmic patience all the way to the bank. Amazon Wireless is hosting a huge Penny Pincher sale, and every single Verizon Android device is included. They're all just one single, solitary penny until 12:00 AM Pacific Time on Monday night/Tuesday morning. Naturally all these deals come saddled with a new two year Verizon contract - you've got to pay the piper. And while plenty of top-tier phones are included, Verizon's myriad tablet offerings aren't. If you're determined to ruin a good deal with poor choices, you could also pick up a "featurephone" like the Samsung Gusto, or choose from a solid half-dozen BlackBerry phones - watch out for those service outages. The only thing you won't find on the list is any iPhones. Sorry, Apple fans, you know they keep a tight leash on retailers. Highlights on the superphone side of things include the Motorola DROID BIONIC, the HTC Thunderbolt and the Samsung DROID Charge. If you don't live in a 4G LTE coverage area, you might want to check out the DROID 3, DROID X2, Sony XPERIA Play or LG Revolution. Looking for something a little smaller? Try the DROID PRO, the HTC Rhyme or the Pantech Breakout. The choice is yours, but don't spend too much time making it; with these prices Amazon's stock may not hold out until the Monday night deadline. [via SlashGear]
DROID Charge, a top-of the line 4G LTE phone when it was released just five months ago, is now one single, solitary penny at the online retailer. The usual caveats apply: you'll need to sign up for a new or recurring two-year agreement with Verizon in order to qualify.
Amazon Wireless delivers yet again with a steep discount on a brand new phone.
for just $199 and as always others are trying to capitalize on the release. Like usual those include Amazon, Walmart and others all offering lower prices than if you were to over to AT&T themselves. We've been enjoying the Galaxy S II and here is our full review.
Amazon's next-generation Kindle tablet is lighting up the sales charts. After the Kindle Fire shot to the top of Amazon's internal sales, Fox News is reporting that the retailer has pre-sold a whopping 95,000 units - and that was just the first day of pre-orders. We're still more than a month away from the November release date, and notably, zero consumers have a had a chance to try out the tablet at retail.