If you were to travel back in a time a few years and head to a store to buy a ‘budget’ phone, you’d likely find yourself paying at least a few hundred dollars and yet the phone you would end up with wouldn’t even be all that great –certainly world’s away from what you’d get from a flagship device. In 2017, your money goes much further when buying an ‘affordable’ phone. It’s become increasingly easy to get a good deal without sacrificing too much in the way of features or performance.

Now Amazon wants to make things even easier by offering up a number of unlocked “budget friendly” devices at a pretty steep discount. As part of its “Amazon’s Unlocked Days”, the e-tailer is offering handsets from Sony, LeEco, Lenovo, Asus, and Coolpad.

The amount of the discount varies. Over at Camp Sony you can get the Xperia XA for just $180 over its original $250 price point, and the XA Ultra for $270 instead of $330. Meanwhile, Lenovo is offering the Tango-powered Lenovo Phab 2 Pro for $370 ($130 off) and the standard Phab 2 for $150 ($50 off). That’s just a few of the key phone models offered, but you can find the full list linked below.

What do you think of the sale? Let us know your thoughts down in the comments.

 

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