This year’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping sprees are behind us, but that doesn’t mean we’re done seeing some great deals on new Android devices.
If you’ve thought about or tried to buy a Nexus 4, you already know this is a challenge greater than surviving in the wild for a week Bear Grylls-style. Both Google’s Play Store and T-Mobile have had severe supply and demand issues that have led to the phone’s stocks getting wiped out hours after being put up for grabs several times.
There’s a lot of Apple hate going on in the comments section of our website (sometimes justified, sometimes not as much), but if there’s one thing fanboys, Android enthusiasts and neutral tech lovers can’t deny is Cupertino’s ability of turning everything it touches into gold.
According to eBay and PayPal (a subsidiary of eBay), Thanksgiving 2012 brought a 2.5-fold in the global volume of mobile transactions over the same day of 2011. Also, the number of customers that used tablets or smartphones to shop this Thanksgiving was 164% higher than last year.
Today, November 13 is the launch day of the LG Nexus 4. And on that note, we are either seeing a case of great demand or limited inventory. But regardless of the reason, the handset is quickly selling out and in turn finding its way to eBay in the form of overpriced listings.
Looking for a deal on a new smartphone? Until December 9th, you can get 25% off any smartphone on Best Buy Mobile’s eBay site with a new 2-year agreement. This is an excellent way for people to get the latest smartphones that haven’t yet dropped in price, like the new Galaxy Note II.
We have just shown you an interesting Black Friday Android deal – that $0.96 Galaxy S3 offer from Sam’s Club – but in order to get it you’ll have to wait for November 23 and walk into a store to secure your unit, as online orders won’t be available.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is on eBay’s Daily Deals for today at the awesome price for $579, making this deal almost $75 less than other inexpensive finds.
Any true eBay aficionado not only uses the popular online store and auction site from their desktop computer, but also from their mobile phone. eBay released the international version of its Android app a couple of years ago and now it has updated the app (calling it V2.0) with a fresh new user interface. Don’t worry, the changes aren’t major, it is still the same familiar app, but the UI is more polished.
Unless you’re strict on spring cleaning, chances are you’ve got a lot of stuff lying around that you really don’t need. If you’ve finally gathered the strength to part with them, there are a number of options available to you to get rid of them. You can give them to friends and family who need the items more than you do, for example. You can also donate items to the less fortunate. Of course, there’s the option of simply shucking your useless stuff into the trashcan. While all those are fast and effective ways of uncluttering your space, they don’t…