Amazon Has Discounted Several Great Android Smartphones for Black Friday 2018 [Limited Time Only]
If you're all set to treat yourself to a brand new Android smartphone ahead of Black Friday 2018 then Amazon's sale has you covered.
Get a Prime Exclusive Android Smartphone at a Massive Discount Today - Includes Moto X 4th-Gen, LG Stylo, LG V35 ThinQ, More
We all know how painful it can be to find a new smartphone these days given the insane amount of choice we all have. While choice is good and all, but sometimes the simple things are the ones that resonate best with the buyers.
If you're absolutely lost in what to buy, then Amazon's pre-Black Friday 2018 sale on smartphones will make things easy for you as all of these devices come with a price tag that's way lower than the original, hence making them easy to pick.
There are several options to be had here including the 4th-generation Moto X in different color options, that too in 32GB of memory capacity. But wait, there's more. You can also pick up a LG V35 ThinQ fully unlocked with 64GB of storage as well. If you're looking for even cheaper options here, then you will be pleased to learn that devices like the Moto G6 and the Moto Z3 Play are also included in the list. There's something in here for everyone and picking up is easy since you are saving a ton of money in the process.
Remember, these deals are exclusive to Prime members only. If you aren't then you might want to end up paying full price for these phones.
Check out the list below and grab your pick right away as these deals will not last long.
- Moto X 4th-Generation with Amazon Alexa, 32GB Storage, Fully Unlocked - Was $249.99, Now just $179.99
- LG Stylo 4 Fully Unlocked, 32GB Storage - Was $299.99, Now just $179.99
- LG V35 ThinQ with Amazon Alexa, 64GB Storage, Fully Unlocked - Was $899.99, Now just $549.99
- Moto G6, Fully Unlocked, 64GB Storage - Was $299.99, Now just $229.99
- Moto Z3 Play, Fully Unlocked, 64GB Storage - Was $469.99, Now just $369.99
Stay in the loop
GET A DAILY DIGEST OF LATEST TECHNOLOGY NEWS
Straight to your inbox
Subscribe to our newsletter