Save big on Android smartphones at Amazon in today’s best deals, plus Sony headphones are heavily discounted, and Amazon marks down nearly all of its first-party accessories. Hit the jump for all that and more in today’s 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Save $405 on Motorola razr 5G, more

Amazon is taking up to 50% off a selection of Android smartphones and more from Motorola, Samsung, and LG starting at $20. Our top pick is the Motorola razr 5G at $995. Down from its $1,399 going rate, today’s offer saves you $405, beats our previous discount by $205, and marks a new all-time low.

Motorola’s second-generation razr folding phone still delivers a nostalgic design but with the addition of 5G alongside its 6.2-inch OLED display and 48MP camera. There’s 256GB of internal storage and a Snapdragon 765G to power the experience.

Sony headphones discounted heavily

Amazon is currently discounting a selection of Sony headphones and speakers starting at $58. Our top pick is the Sony WH-1000XM4 Wireless ANC Headphones at $278. Down from the usual $350 going rate, today’s offer matches our previous mention, comes within $6 of the all-time low, and is the second-best price to date. Sony’s latest pair of headphones deliver active noise cancellation alongside up to 30-hours of playback and a new audio chip that steps up the sound negation compared to the previous-generation. Multi-device connectivity, a USB-C port, and wearing detection round out the notable features.

Amazon discounts entire Alexa lineup

Amazon is celebrating Alexa’s birthday with a wide-ranging sale featuring deals on just about every smart home product they offer. If you missed out on Prime Day, and don’t want to wait for Black Friday, now is a great time to save. Headlining is the new Fire TV Stick Lite at $18, which is the first discount we’ve tracked to date. The latest version of Amazon’s popular streamer delivers all of your favorite content from services like Netflix, Hulu, and more all in a slimmed-down design. There’s even Alexa integration in the remote, so you can control all your favorite devices at once. 

Lenovo Smart Clock Essential at $25

Lenovo is currently offering its Smart Clock Essential for $25. Usually fetching $50, today’s offer is good for a straight 50% discount and marks the first notable price cut we’ve seen since it launched earlier this fall. As Lenovo’s latest Google Assistant-powered device, its Smart Clock Essential mixes things up from the previous-generation model with an LED display for showcasing the time, alarm, and more. You’ll still be able to summon Assistant for smart home control and more, and there’s a built-in 2.4A USB port on the back for charging up another device. Learn more in our launch coverage.

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S6 Lite from $220

Amazon is currently offering the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite 128GB Android Tablet for $300. Also available at Best Buy for $330 with a $30 gift card. Typically fetching $430, today’s offer is $30 under our previous mention, saves you $130, and marks a new all-time low. Score the 64GB model for $220, down from its $350 going rate. Samsung’s Galaxy S6 Lite delivers a 10.4-inch display alongside support for the included S-Pen to elevate your note taking or digital art game. Plus, there’s also 4GB of RAM and expandable microSD card storage to complement the up to 128GB of onboard space.

Best trade-in deals

9to5Google also keeps tabs on all the best trade-in deals on iPhone, iPad, MacBook, Apple Watch, and more every month. Be sure to check out this month’s best trade-in deals when you decide it’s time to upgrade your device. Or simply head over to our trade-in partner directly if you want to recycle, trade, or sell your used devices for cash and support 9to5Google along the way!

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