Pixel 3a/XL and 4/XL deals highlight today’s 9to5Toys Lunch Break, along with price drops on Google’s Nest Hub, and Samsung’s Galaxy Book Flex. Hit the jump for all that and more.
Pixel 3a/XL and 4/XL deals from $190
Today only, Woot is offering a number of discounts on certified refurbished Google Pixel Phones. Headlining is the Pixel 3a/XL from $190. Pixel 3a delivers a 5.6-inch HD display, alongside 64GB worth of internal storage and a 12MP camera. You can count on up to seven hours of use after just 15 minutes on a charger. Also features a built-in thumbprint reader to unlock your device. More here.
Nest Hub is $67
Belk offers the Google Nest Home hub for $67. Regularly $90 at retailers like Best Buy, this is the first discount we’ve seen in months and the best price we’ve tracked to date. Bring the Nest Hub into your smart home and take control of lights, thermostats, and more. Leverage Google Assistant to call up your favorite news, sports, and other services.
Samsung’s new QLED Galaxy Book Flex Laptop
Amazon is currently offering the Samsung 13.3-inch Galaxy Book Flex i7 1.3GHz/8GB/512GB for $1,200. Normally selling for $1,350, today’s offer is good for a $150 discount, marks one of the first deals we’ve seen, and drops the price down to a new all-time low.
Samsung’s Galaxy Book Flex delivers a 13.3-inch touchscreen QLED display with 2-in-1 design, an aluminum housing, and 20-hour battery life. Alongside the inclusion of Wi-Fi 6 connectivity, there’s also Wireless PowerShare for refueling your Galaxy handset or other accessories. It rocks two Thunderbolt 3 ports as well as a USB-C slot.
TicWatch’s Wear OS Smartwatch is $112
MobvoiUS (98% positive lifetime feedback from 2,800+) via Amazon offers its TicWatch S2 Wear OS Smartwatch for $112 in Glacier. Typically selling for $180, here you’ll save 38% with today’s offer coming within $2.50 of our previous mention and marking the second-best we’ve seen this year. Powered by Wear OS, the TicWatch S2 sports a rugged design that’s waterproof for up to 50-meters. It comes equipped with built-in GPS and heart rate monitoring capabilities, as well as 2-day battery, and a 1.39-inch OLED display. There’s also a suite of fitness tracking features provided by Google Fit and TicMotion. Dive into our hands-on review for a closer look.
Samsung’s A71 5G includes FREE Galaxy Buds
Amazon is offering the Samsung A71 5G 128GB Unlocked Smartphone with FREE Galaxy Buds for $600. Valued at $708, today’s deal shaves $108 off and matches the list price for what you’d spend solely on the smartphone. Unsurprisingly, this is the best deal we’ve tracked on an unlocked version of this phone. Whether you’re anxious to take 5G for a spin now or simply want to plan ahead, Samsung’s A71 is ready and waiting.
This specific model boasts a massive 6.7-inch Super AMOLED+ Infinity Display, a size that rivals the brand new Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Photographers are bound to love its quad lens camera array, empowering them to shoot “epic landscapes and dramatic portraits,” alongside “super clear and steady videos.” The main lens has a 64-megapixel sensor which equates to photos that have more than 5 times the resolution found in many competing smartphones. This listing bundles Samsung Galaxy Buds at no extra charge, providing you with a truly wireless headphone experience. Check out our release coverage to learn more.
Best trade-in deals
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