All of today’s best deals are now headlined by a new all-time low on the OnePlus 9 Pro. That’s alongside the Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G at $249 off and Anker’s new Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro earbuds at $150. Hit the jump for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.
OnePlus 9 Pro falls to new all-time low
OnePlus is now offering its unlocked OnePlus 9 Pro 256GB Android Smartphone for $872. Delivering $197 in savings from the usual $1,069 price tag, you’re looking at a new all-time low that’s $43 under our previous mention. You can also bundle in the new OnePlus Buds Pro for $899, saving you $320 overall.
Centered around its 6.7-inch 120HZ 1080p display, the OnePlus 9 Pro delivers the brand’s most capable smartphone to date that’s supplemented by 5G connectivity and a Snapdragon 888 SoC to power it all. That’s alongside other notable inclusions like 65W Warp Charge support, responsive gaming thanks to HyperTouch, and a 5-sensor camera array around back graced with the Hasselblad seal of approval. Get all of the details in our hands-on review.
Save $249 on Samsung’s new Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G
Amazon is now offering the unlocked Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 5G 256GB Android Smartphone for $1,600 in several styles. Down from $1,800, you’re looking at a match of the all-time low and still one of the first discounts overall since launching earlier this summer. The 512GB model is also on sale and down to a new low with $249 off.
As the latest flagship folding smartphone from Samsung, its new Galaxy Z Fold 5G arrives with a 7.6-inch Infinity Flex display that pairs with a secondary 6.2-inch Dynamic AMOLED screen on the cover. Everything is powered by a Snapdragon 888 which is supplemented by 256GB of storage, 12GB of RAM, and a 3-sensor camera around the back. You can dive into our hands-on review for a closer look.
Anker’s new Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro are on sale
After being released today, the new Anker Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro are already on sale. Normally entering with a $170 price tag, you can score the all-new releases for $150. Available in four different colors, the earbuds debut with personalized ANC, 32-hours of playback with the charging case, and more. You can get a closer look at the whole package in our hands-on review, too.
Govee’s new smart Neon LED Light Strip sees first discount
After launching earlier this week, the all-new Govee Neon LED Light Strip is seeing its very first discount. Right now direct from Govee, you can score the new release for $51. Down from the usual $60 price tag, you’re looking at 15% in savings and the very first discount on the brand’s latest way to bring some flare to your space.
Standing out from any other accessory in Govee’s stable, or really the whole of the smart home market, the new Neon LED Light Strip lives up to its name by imitating a traditional neon light. The flexible design allows you to make a custom arrangement on your wall, which will pair with Alexa and Google Assistant for voice control on top of the companion app. Included in the box you’re getting 10 feet of light strip, which features an addressable color design to complete the package.
ASUS military-grade Chromebook CX1 drops to new low
Amazon is now offering the ASUS Chromebook CX1 1.1GHz/4GB/32GB for $160. That’s down from a going rate of $230, marking a new all-time low at $20 under our previous mention.
Backed by military-grade toughness and 12-hour battery life, this popular Chromebook is perfect for studying, travel, or as a starter laptop for younger members of the family. The 11.6-inch HD display is complemented by loads of programs through Google’s Chrome OS, plus a 1-year trial of Google One for offline access of Gmail, Drive, and more. You’ll also find twin USB-C and a single USB-A port as well as a microSD card reader rounding out the hardware here.
Best trade-in deals
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