If you are in the market for a new Windows Phone handset and don’t have too much money to spare, we have great news for you. The Lumia 535 is now on sale in the US through Microsoft Store and boy is affordable. The phone cost just $149 and is available unlocked and without contract. Microsoft also throws in free shipping and free returns in case that device won’t meet your expectations.
Two months ago Huawei unveiled its latest flagship, the P8, that debuted accompanied by its bigger phablet sibling, the P8 Max. Today the manufacturer added another device to the P8 line-up, the Huawei P8 Lite. Being the most compact of the all three phones, the P8 Lite comes as an affordable and hence slightly trimmed down alternative to the P8. The unlocked phone compatible with any GSM carrier, such as AT&T or T-Mobile, is now on sale in the US via third party retail stores.
BLU Products, the US based company that specialize in delivering high-quality devices for cheap, added today a new phone to their line-up, meet the BLU Studio C. Featuring pretty powerful specs as for a budget device, the phone comes unlocked with a 3,000 mAh battery and Android 5.0 Lollipop. It appears to be a really competitive offering, especially when we consider its extremely low price tag of 99 bucks.
We don’t see many Asus phones in this part of the world. It seems that the Taiwanese manufacturer prefers other markets and as a result US customers have very limited choice when it comes Asus-made handsets. To be more exact, the company sold only two smartphones in the US in the past – the Padfone X and Padfone X Mini. Starting today, however, a third device is joining the team. Called Asus Zenfone 2, the unlocked phone is now on sale in the US via third-party retailers.
Debuting in January 2015 the Microsoft Lumia 435 now becomes available for purchase in the US. Dressed in white the T-Mobile version of this extremely cheap phone recently joined the Microsoft online store list of offerings. Featuring a dual-SIM support the Lumia 435 is now within your reach for $70 with no long-term contract commitment.
Although based here in the US, BLU Products is not the most popular company in its home market. And it’s a shame really, since the manufacturer makes some pretty decent devices and, what’s also very important, sells them at affordable prices. The majority of BLU phones are Android-powered handsets, however, the company also has a few Windows Phones in its offer, such as the new BLU Win HD LTE. The phone is now on sale through Microsoft online store in unlocked flavor.
Spotted at Amazon few days ago, the SnapTo Android smartphone has been quietly introduced to the world by Huawei. Build to be a serious competitor to the Motorola’s Moto G in terms of price sector as well as hardware parameters, the new Huawei phone now becomes available for pre-order in the US priced $179 without contract. Accessible exclusively via Amazon online shopping platform, the unlocked version of this entry-level handset is compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile’s LTE networks.
Introduced at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, the ZTE Blade S6 has been coupled today with a bigger variant, the ZTE Blade S6 Plus. Carrying a 5.5-inch screen the Blade S6 Plus is definitely a nice budget-friendly offering for all those users who prefer oversized, phablet-like handsets. Both, the Blade S6 and S6 Plus have been announced to hit the international market with eBay being its exclusive distributor. Priced $249.99 or $299.99 the unlocked phones are already available in the US and Europe.
If you’re a HTC fan looking for a sub-$150 deal on a nice smartphone, you’re in the right place. Just several weeks ago we reported on a special Best Buy offer cutting the regular price of the HTC One M7 to $199 off-contract. If that was a great offer, what would you say if we told you that the retailer is now selling the phone even cheaper? Today, Best Buy started to offer the AT&T and Verizon HTC One M7 for as little as $149.99 without contract. Any takers?
On the market for the latest Apple iPhone 6 or the larger iPhone 6 Plus, but their off-contract pricing is a bit discouraging? Perhaps you would like to consider buying a certified refurbished model. If so, then the recent Walmart offer should be on you radar. One of the nation major retailers is now selling refurbished iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus smartphones with deep discounts including free shipping. If you feel like the offer may be worth your attention, let’s check its ins and outs.
Late in October, Samsung released two metal-banded smartphones, the Galaxy A5 and Galaxy A3. Both handsets are decent mid-rangers, so far however, unavailable in the US. But if you’re waiting for the phone to hit the US shore to put your hands on it, you will definitely glad to hear that you don’t have to wait for it any longer. Just right now, the phones are officially introduced to the US market as the Expansys USA offer, labeled with price tags of $409.99 for unlocked Galaxy A5 and $329.99 for Galaxy A3.
Perhaps BLU isn’t such a recognizable mobile phone brand as giant Samsung or Apple, but the American smartphone manufacturer is gradually gaining ground offering their customers extremely affordable unlocked phones. Just a week ago we reported on the release of the BLU Studio 7.0, and right now the company adds three more handsets to their lineup called the Studio LTE Series. We’re talking about the BLU Studio 6.0 LTE, Studio 5.0 HD LTE and Studio Mini LTE, all available to buy unlocked and without contract.
Mobile manufacturers seem to push the limits of how big a mobile device can be to be still considered a smartphone. We’ve already witnessed devices like the 5.96-inch Nexus 6 and 6.44-inch Sony Xperia Z Ultra debuting on the market. And if you consider them colossal, what would you say about the sporting 7-inch phone for cheap, and to be more specific – the BLU Studio 7.0 priced $149 off contract? This budget-friendly device is simultaneously the biggest smartphone and the smallest tablet currently available on the market, combining entry-level specs and low price tag. The good thing about it is that you don’t need to carry two separate devices, one for phone calls, other for surfing the net.
Still don’t know what to buy for a Christmas gift? Perhaps a smartphone will be a good idea? But, even if we decide to get one, which one to choose? Since the smartphone industry is a rapidly developing business, and today even midrangers come equipped with fast processors, powerful cameras and a 1080p display became something of a standard, the choice is so big that it is hard to pick the right one. In order to help you make a smart decision, we create the list of 5 hot phones for Christmas without contract that will make you loved one happy and won’t cost a fortune.
Some phones, especially premium ones, go official with fanfare. Others usually don’t generate so much interest, unless they have something special to offer, for example decent specs with LTE connectivity at affordable price. Where you can find such combination? In the LG F60 which was announced back in October. The phone is now for sale as LG Transpyre for Verizon pre-paid service for $99.99 without any contract . It’s a special offer for Verizon pre-paid customers – others will have to pay $199.99 to buy the device.
Some folks claim that smartphones are toys for adults. In a way they are right – in addition to serving for making calls and sending text, phones give you the possibility to surf the web, watch movies or read newspapers. Some models allow for much more creative and advanced entertainment. Those models are called developer editions and usually are pretty pricey. Today, however, unlocked Moto X 2013 Developer Edition is on sale on eBay for just $229.99 and contract free.
Some smartphone makers release one device after another or sometimes even a few at a time. BlackBerry, however, has different tactic. Having gone through really tough times, the Canadian manufacturer doesn’t want to throw a bunch of phones to the market hoping that customers will be satisfied. That would be too risky and risk is not what BlackBerry needs right now. With that in mind, the company made the BlackBerry Classic which is now available for pre-order unlocked for $449 unlocked.
Nokia Lumia 530 for prepaid T-Mobile is now for sale in carrier stores contract free priced at $79.20
There is quite a selection of Android smartphones aimed at users who can’t afford to pay a fortune for their new phone. However, you don’t have to settle for Android experience, if your taste is directed rather towards Windows Phone platform. Nokia, now owned by Microsoft, is catering quite well to the needs of low-cost sector of the market as well. The Nokia Lumia 530 for prepaid T-Mobile is now for sale in carrier’s stores contract free and is priced just $79.20.
Sprint’s prepaid subsidiary Boost Mobile announced adding the Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus to their list of offerings. Both smartphones will be available starting from October 17th, which makes Boost Mobile the first prepaid carrier to sell the freshest phones from Apple. The same happened in 2013, when the company started to offer iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S. What’s even more interesting, Boost Mobile will sell the latest iPhones with $100 discount. Feel interested in further details? Let’s take a closer look at the offer.
Motorola unveiled the Moto G with LTE connectivity five months ago almost to the day and the phone went on sale immediately. Actually, the Moto G LTE appeared on Amazon even before official announcement. However, users who wanted to pair the device with AT&T service had to wait their fair share of time. We are happy to announce that the wait is over and the Moto G LTE for AT&T is now available in carrier’s stores priced at $179.99 without contract.