This is a holiday season and hence an ample of shoppers are anticipating great discounts from the retailers. The retailers in return are not disappointing the fans either by launching some splendid deals on Black Friday/Cyber Monday. These 2 days have actually become a big shopping festival for the people in the US. The Google Nexus devices have also gone on sale this season with retailers like Wal-Mart and Amazon are providing heavy discounts on them.
Apart from Amazon and Wal-Mart, the other retailers are also not trailing behind in terms of providing attractive discounts to the fans. The US retailer Expansys is also offering discounts and deals for the Google Nexus devices like Nexus 7 and Nexus 4 this week. Nexus 4 variant of 8GB can be bought at the price of $159.99 at Expansys. The other variants of the Nexus 4 device are also mentioned in the deals by Expansys for instance Nexus 4’s 16GB version and Nexus 7’s 16GB version can be purchased at a price of $179.99.
HTC Hot deals:
The fans of Google Nexus devices can buy their favorite version from HTC’s “Hot Deals” which would be open each Tuesday before the end of December. This deal would be open for twelve hours where the customers can put their hand over their favorite device for only $199 compared to the original price of $399.
AT&T Inc. (NYSE:T), T-Mobile US Inc. (NYSE:TMUS) along with Sprint Corporation (NYSE:S) are also not far behind in their Cyber Monday deals. They have revealed their deals on Nexus 6 Smartphones. They can now be purchased through the aforementioned US Carriers without paying any up-front cost. However, the users will have to buy a 2 year contract for the same.
Amazon has also pulled up its sleeve for discounts on this Cyber Monday and is offering Nexus 10 16GB for as low as $349.99 and the 32 GB variant for $429. Two colors are available with this device, white and black.
Nexus 7 (2013) tablet for just $149.99
Amazon has listed Google Nexus 7 (2013) tablets with massive discounts for this Cyber Monday. The 16GB version of the Android tablet comes with the price tag of $149.99, while the 32GB version of the device comes with a price tag of $247.99. Google launched this Nexus 7 in July 2013, but the specifications and features make this tablet still trending in the market.
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