A lot has happened in the last couple of years and made the market more valuable, so finding a good deal is more important than ever. And while we can’t help you navigate the housing market, we can help you find a great new phone for less.
Below are the best deals we found this week. If you want more, you can check out our Daily Deals page, which provides up-to-date and price history information so you can see if something is a real deal or if prices fluctuate up and down. The at-a-glance information we’ve compiled below includes the device’s specifications, our review, and (of course) quick links to the store where you can get it.
Also, since we serve an international audience, we’ve broken this down by region to make it easier to navigate. Here are links to jump directly to the section you’re worried about.
Mobile gaming has surpassed PC and console gaming combined, so if you haven’t already, now might be the time to make the jump. The Black Shark 5 Pro brings a 6.67-inch 144Hz OLED display, pop-up game triggers and a powerful Snapdragon 8. Gen 1 chipset, plus a fast-charging 4,650mAh battery with a 120W adapter.
Other US deals are from Motorola. The Moto Edge 30 Pro is a sleeper gaming phone – its plain exterior can’t hide its 6.7-inch 144Hz OLED display or the power of its Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip. It has a relatively fast 4,800mAh battery (68W charging).
Then there are two cheap stylus equipped options. The Moto G Stylus (2021) is showing its age, but it’s a cheap phone with a 6.8-inch display that lets you capture your imagination. But you might want to go for the 5G model. It costs a little more, but you get a faster connection and more memory.
Our pick of deals for Canada is simple – Samsung’s latest foldables have dropped in price, so now’s your chance to experience the next form factor.
The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 has a much cheaper upgrade from 256GB to 512GB of storage. You can fill that with the video or files you’re working on (the screen’s aspect ratio is great for looking like old games, just to say the least).
The Galaxy Z Flip4 tends to sell better, not necessarily because it’s better (that’s a personal preference), but because it’s cheaper – in this case half the price.
Here you can choose between two different devices in the same formula – Realme GT Neo 3 (80W) and Poco X3 GT. The former is more expensive and offers a 6.7-inch 120Hz AMOLED display, a faster Dimensity 8100 chipset and a better 50MP (1/1.56″) main camera with OIS.
The Poco X3 GT drops to Dimensity 1100, its 5,000mAh battery needs 10 minutes more to fully charge (67W vs. 80W) and you get a basic 64MP (1/.97″, no OIS) camera. The Poco is slightly cheaper and offers a 120Hz IPS LCD for your preference over AMOLED.
You can also pick up one of Samsung’s latest smartwatches with Wear OS 3.5 and One UI Watch 4.5. The Galaxy Watch5 Pro is bigger with a 45mm diameter and 1.4-inch display, which also means a bigger 590mAh battery (the largest of any Galaxy Watch). The Galaxy Watch5 is perfect for smaller wrists at 40mm (1.2-inch display, 284mAh battery).
Samsung Galaxy M33 is a good budget all-rounder. It has a 120Hz display, 6.6-inch LCD, 5G connectivity (Exynos 1280 chipset), 50MP main camera and basic 5MP ultra wide plus a large 5,000mAh battery with 25W fast charging.
For less money, you can get the Nokia X10 with the same specs – 60Hz 6.67″ IPS LCD, 5G connectivity (Snapdragon 480), 48MP main and 5MP ultra wide cameras, plus a 4,470mAh battery with 18W charging. The X10 launched last year with Android 11, but HMD has had the system for 3 years. The OS promises updates and patches, so the phone stays fresh for a while. The Galaxy M series is not part of Samsung’s Extended OS update program, although it does get 4 years of security patches.