News by admin on Wednesday November 12, 2014.
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Smartphones are expensive, especially if you want one of the premium examples on the market. However, if you bide your time there are always deals happening and who knows, you may be able to find the handset you wanted all along. HTC and Sony have a couple of bargains cooking at the moment if you want one of their high end devices.HTC One M8 HTC is bringing back its Hot Deals program and the first addition is the company's flagship handset, the all metal One M8 Android blockbuster. The Taiwanese giant is now offering the One M8 for $299 off contract, an absolute bon-a-fide bargain (the M8 is usually $600+), although there is a caveat. The $299 deal will only be for the first 200 consumers who buy the device this week, or the length of the Hot Deals offer. If you miss out on that early deal, you may be one of the lucky customers who falls between numbers 201 and 500. If you are, you will be able to pick up the One M8 for $499, not a massive bargain but still over 100 bucks cheaper than the device retail price. Both offers let the customer decide between the US unlocked HTC One (M8) or a Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile or Sprint-branded model, so whichever flavour you like you can get. The One M8 comes with 5-inch 1080p screen, 441ppi, 4MP Ultrapixel camera, 2.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801, 2GB of RAM, microSD slot, 2600 mAh battery. Sony Xperia Z2 Sony has recently launched the new Xperia Z3 flagship, but don?t be fooled, the older Xperia Z2 is still a proper flagship contender. After-all, it was only released six months ago around the same time as the HTC One M8 and the Samsung Galaxy S5. Daily Deals is now offering an enticing deal for the Xperia Z2, the perfect solution for those who want blazing performance and top quality but are not fussed about having the latest and greatest. EBay's Daily Deals is selling the Xperia Z2 through today in the United States for $399.99. That's at least a hundred dollars less than the normal retail price and the customer can get the device unlocked and raring to go on any network. On top of that there is even free shipping thrown in for good measure. source: DailyDeals