All of today’s deals are now up for the taking and headlined by the unlocked Samsung Galaxy Z Flip at $150 off. That’s alongside Hisense Android TVs at $270 off and Sony’s popular XM4 ANC Headphones at $180. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
Save $150 or more on Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
Today only, Woot is offering the unlocked Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Android Smartphone for $850. Delivery will run you $6 otherwise. Marking the second-best price to date, today’s offer is $150 under what you’d pay from the newer Flip 3 handset and $50 below the competing Amazon discount.
While not the latest foldable from Samsung, its Galaxy Z Flip still delivers a similar experience with a 6.7-inch Infinity Flex AMOLED display powered by a Snapdragon 865+ processor. Alongside 256GB of storage, there’s also a dual rear camera array and, of course, the signature old-school-inspired folding design. You can get a closer look in our review. Head below for more.
Save up to $270 on Hisense 4K Android TVs
We have now spotted a number of notable price drops on the already affordable and highly-rated 2021 Hisense 4K TVs. First up, BuyDig offers the 75-inch Hisense ULED 4K Premium 75U6G Quantum Dot QLED Series Android Smart TV for $999. Originally $1,394, it carries a regular price of $1,250 at Best Buy and is now at the lowest price we can find.
This is a 75-inch Android 4K TV with Dolby Atmos support, HDR, built-in Google Assistant, a voice remote, and direct access to thousands of apps and streaming services. It has four HDMI inputs, a pair of USB jacks, and more.
Sony’s popular XM4 ANC Headphones down to $180
Today only, Woot offers the Sony WH-1000XM4 ANC Headphones in certified refurbished condition at $180. Normally fetching $348 for a new condition model, which is what you’ll currently pay at Amazon, today’s offer amounts to 48% in savings and is the second-best price to date at within $20 of the all-time low.
Sony’s latest pair of headphones deliver improved active noise cancellation alongside up to 30-hours of playback on a single charge. On top of a new Bluetooth audio chip that can pair with two devices simultaneously, there’s also USB-C charging and built-in access to Alexa.
HP’s compact 11.6-inch Chromebook hits low of $119
Today only, as part of its Deals of the Day, Best Buy’s official eBay storefront is offering the HP Chromebook 11.6-inch 1.1GHz/4GB/32GB for $119. Also available direct. Though the list price is $259, this Chromebook has more recently gone for around $130 to $150 at Best Buy over the past few months, with today’s discount marking a new low that we’ve tracked. This Chromebook delivers an Intel processor backed by 4GB of RAM and 32GB of onboard storage, which allows you to work efficiently while on-the-go. There’s an 11.6-inch HD display in tow, as well, making this a balanced choice for content consumption and productivity.
Anker waterproof Soundcore Bluetooth Speaker with 24-hr. battery now just $22 at Amazon
The official Anker Amazon storefront is now offering its upgraded Soundcore Bluetooth Speaker for $22. Regularly $30 and more recently going for around $28, today’s deal is up to 27% off the going rate, matching our previous mention, and the lowest price we can find. This isn’t the most advanced speaker out there, but it does carry notable ratings at Amazon and is a great affordable option for around the house or on-the-go. It sports IPX5 waterproofing as well as a pair of high-sensitivity drivers and a “patented bass port.” You’ll get up to 24 hours of wireless listening time per charge, a 66-foot Bluetooth range and a design that “provides the perfect soundtrack for the park, yard, or anywhere else at home or away.”
Best trade-in deals
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