Today’s best deals kick off with Google Pixel 3a XL at $199, Anker Android essentials from $11, and a $100 discount on Sony’s Xperia 1 II smartphone. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Pixel 3a XL falls to one of its best prices yet at $199

B&H currently offers the Google Pixel 3a XL 64GB Android Smartphone for $199. Down from its usual $479 going rate, you’ll currently pay $410 at Amazon with today’s offer beating our previous mention by $40, saving you 52% or more, and marking one of the best prices to date.

Google’s Pixel 3a XL arrives with a 6-inch OLED display that’s powered by a 2GHz Snapdragon 670 CPU. Plus, there’s a 12.2MP camera on the back as well as a rear fingerprint sensor. 

Anker discounts Android essentials from $11

Anker is back with a new collection of discounts via its official Amazon storefront today including everything from chargers to speakers, earbuds, and other smartphone essentials. Our top pick is Anker’s PowerExtend USB-C Capsule Charger at $55. Down from its $70 going rate, today’s offer is still one of the first discounts we’ve seen and marks the third-best price to date. 

Anker’s PowerExtend USB-C Capsule cleans up your charging station with a variety of ways to refuel or power devices. On the back, there are three full-sized AC outlets which are joined by a pair of 2.4A USB-A slots on the front and a 45W USB-C port.

Sony Xperia 1 II returns to low at $100 off

B&H currently offers the unlocked Sony Xperia 1 II 256GB Android Smartphone for $1,098. Usually fetching $1,198, today’s offer is good for a $100 discount, is only the third time we’ve seen it on sale, and matches the all-time low.

Sony’s Xperia 1 II smartphone is centered around a 6.5-inch 4K HDR OLED display and geared toward photographers with its triple camera system, ZEISS optics, and Photography Pro features. There’s also 256GB of onboard storage, 8GB of RAM, and a 3.5mm jack. Plus, Android 11 support just rolled out so you can enjoy the latest OS, as well.

Official Samsung Galaxy S20 cases are up to 50% off

Amazon is currently discounting a selection of official Samsung Galaxy S20 series smartphone cases headlined by the S20+ Leather Back Cover at $20. Typically fetching $42, today’s offer is good for a 53% price cut, beats our previous mention by $8, and marks a new all-time low at Amazon.

Comprised of genuine leather, this official Samsung Galaxy S20+ case covers your handset in a premium finish complete with raised edges along the front to keep the screen scratch-free when laid on a table. Alongside adding a bit of class to your S20+, it also brings some additional grip into the mix, as well. 

Save on HP Chromebooks from $200

Amazon is offering the HP Chromebook 14-inch 2.2GHz/4GB/32GB for $200. That’s $50 off the typical rate there and is a match for the lowest price we have tracked for over a year.

This affordable Chromebook costs considerably less than MacBooks and many other competitors while still providing an easy way to browse the web and more. Not only can you take full advantage of Chrome OS, you’ll also be able to run Android apps thanks to built-in support for the Google Play Store. With up to 9.25-hour battery life, many users will be able to power through an entire workday without needing a charge. I/O options include 3.5mm audio, USB-A, Type-C, and microSD.

Best trade-in deals

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