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You know how I said this morning that if I needed a spare/backup phone I’d probably pick up a Nextbit Robin now that it’s available for just $110? That’s still a distinct possibility… but for not all that much more money you can get a much better phone.
BuySpry is also selling an unlocked LG G5 with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a microSD card slot, a 16MP camera, and a 2,800 mAh battery for $200.
Sure, it’s a bit funny looking at one of the phone’s hallmark features isn’t all that useful. But at this price you’re basically getting 2016 flagship-level specs at about one third the price of a typical flagship phone.
Here are some of the day’s best deals.
- Unlocked LG G5 smartphone (GSM) w/32GB for $200 – BuySpry (via eBay)
- Nextbit Robin w/32GB for $110 – BuySpry (via eBay)
- Samsung Galaxy S8 phones for $575 and up – Groupon
- Cowin DiDa Bluetooth speaker w/Amazon Alexa for $60 – Amazon (coupon: YPSKABZ6)
- Anker SoundCore Bluetooth speaker for $27 – Amazon
- Refurb Bose QuietComfort 35 wireless headphones w/full warranty for $260 – Bose (via eBay)
- Seagate 4TB USB 3.0 external desktop hard drive for $90 – Amazon
- Seagate 2TB USB 3.0 portable external hard drive for $60 – Newegg (coupon: 17FAN086)
Tablets and laptops
- Apple iPad Pro 10.5″ tablet w/64GB for $600 – Micro Center (in-store pickup only)
- Microsoft Surface 3 w/Atom x7-Z8700/2GB/64GB/LTE for $320 – Woot
- Refurb Asus C301SA 13 FHD Chromebook w/Celeron N3160/4GB/32GB for $190 – Woot
- Google WiFi single router for $100 – Amazon
- Google WiFi 3-pack for $270 – Amazon
- Logitech HD Pro C920 webcam for $60 – Micro Center (in-store pickup only)
- Logitech M310 or M325 wireless mouse for $10 – Best Buy
You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.
its $239 for G5 not 200
LG has a long history of bootloop phones, and just as long of a history of not honoring warranties. I’d take a Robin long before I’d take a G5, and the Robin is almost half the price to boot!
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