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The Amazon Fire Phone may be a funny device known mostly for its gimmicky 3D effects and poor sales. But it’s also a smartphone with a 4.7 inch, 720p display, the same processor as the Google Nexus 5, and the chops to make a decent portable media player, even if you don’t need a new phone.

While the Fire Phone usually sells for around $449, making it a pretty tough sell, Amazon is currently offering the phone for $189… and throwing in a 1-year Amazon Prime membership worth $99.

That means the phone is basically $90 if you were planning to pay for a year of Prime anyway (the offer is good for new or existing Prime members).

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Here are some of the day’s best deals.

You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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7 replies on “Deals of the Day (4-16-2015)”

  1. Anyone knows what to buy if I want a ~10″ tablet with at least 4 GB of RAM, a decent BayTrail or Cherry Trail chip or maybe CoreM, active digitizer for pen support, HDMI or some other video output and passive cooling? I really like the Surface 3, but it’s not available yet and with the keyboard and pen together a bit overpriced. The Dell Venue 11 pro looks good too (and I already have a supported pen for it), but some models have active cooling, and I can’t make out the difference on amazon specs alone.

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