DROID RAZR phones are all on sale at Amazon Wireless, for the insane price of just one cent each, just in time for the holidays.
Verizon Black Friday 2012 offer includes free “Cranberry” Droid RAZR, Galaxy Nexus and $99 Galaxy Tab 2 7.0
In case you’re planning to buy a new Android handset and/or tablet this week, which happens to include Black Friday 2012, you may want to check out all the available offers from carriers and electronic retailers before you decide.
Looking for a reasonably decent smartphone without paying a cent? Best Buy is now offering the Motorola Droid RAZR for free with a two year contract.
We live in a world in which technology is moving very rapidly. While this can be great in terms of innovation, it can be extremely annoying for consumers. We also live in a world where most smartphone users are locked into multi-year contracts. Why is it that the contracts we are forced to abide by don’t line up with the rate in which new technology is being released?
When Motorola finally rolled out those Ice Cream Sandwich updates for the Droid Razr, Droid Razr Maxx, and Droid 4 – owners of the phone didn’t expect that the Moto and Verizon would ever be so generous to include a bonus: a root checker that tracks whether or not the phone has been given the rooting treatment.
Now that we think we’ve unraveled everything there was to know about Motorola’s upcoming Droid Razr HD, we would have expected a bit of peace and quiet from Google’s subsidiary. Not a chance though, because yet another Moto phone has been spotted getting FCC certification.
Although the 4.3-incher still sells for $199.99 from Verizon with a two-year contract, Amazon Wireless has been kind enough to slash this big guy’s price to a penny. That’s right, folks, you can get the Razr practically for free these days and all you have to do is commit to a new Big Red agreement.
Deal: $149.99 Galaxy S3 offered by RadioShack – $50 off smartphones priced $99.99 or higher promotion
In case you haven’t recently purchased a smartphone and you’re eligible to upgrade to a hot Android device for a subsidized device, then you shouldn’t hurry and get your handset from your chosen carrier. Instead, head on over to RadioShack and check out the retailer’s most recent promotion. The company is ready to slash $50 off on any Android smartphone in its inventory that’s priced $99.99 or higher. The deal is available until July 28 in stores, while the RadioShack online store will keep offering the promotion through to the end of August. The devices that are part of the…
Self-professed gadget addict Steve Wozniak certainly likes to travel with an entourage of devices in his backpack. He recently shared the content of his travel gear with Gizmodo, which provides a rare glimpse to the multitude of gadgets of varying platforms and sizes that Woz apparently carries at all time when he hits the road. Let’s start with the meat of the finding. In case you’re wondering what this particular Apple co-founder’s choice of Android device is – he actually has a pair of Samsung Galaxy Nexus smartphones, both unlocked from AT&T, with one being the spare phone. He also…
Are you looking to buy a new Android device, preferably as affordable as possible, but also as high-end as possible? Well, in case you’re ready to commit to a new two-year agreement with either Verizon or Sprint, Amazon Wireless happens to be hosting a special mid-Summer sale that includes various interesting Android handsets. While not all devices are priced at one cent, the prices offered now by Amazon are still cheaper than anything else that’s out there. But, as always with Amazon deals, you’ll either have to be a new customer or add a new line to take advantage of…