Amazon’s 48-Hour Android Sale includes a number of all-time lows: Nextbit Robin $199, One Plus 2 64GB $240, more

Amazon has kicked off its 48-hour Unlocked Event, focused on Android Smartphones with deep savings across multiple devices and brands. Free shipping is available on every item in this sale. As the name suggests, all of the devices are in unlocked condition and free to use with the carrier of your choice.

Notable price drops in this sale include the Nextbit Robin 32GB Cloud-Powered Smartphone in two colors for $199. That’s $200 off the original price, $40 less than Prime Day and the lowest that Amazon has ever sold it for. Aside from its unique cloud-based software that automatically manages your on-board storage, this device has a number of lustworthy features. A 5.2-inch Gorilla Glass 4 display, 13MP rear facing camera, 32GB of storage and Quick Charge 2.0 support round out the notable specs. Rated 4/5 stars by 162 Amazon customers.

The OnePlus 2 64GB Smartphone is also on sale in Sandstone Black for $239.99. That’s also an Amazon all-time low and $60 less than the next lowest price at Best Buy. Features include a 13MP camera, 5.5-inch IPS Gorilla Glass Display, 64GB of on-board storage and a 1.8GHz Snapdragon processor. Rated 4.1/5 stars by 125 reviewers at Amazon.

Shop the entire sale for more deals from LG, ASUS and others.

Don’t forget to pick up a new Quick Charge wall charger and we also have microUSB cables on discount right now.

Meet Robin, the First Android phone that makes running out of space history. With the cloud integrated into Android OS, your onboard storage is merged with the cloud, so you always have the space you need. Robin seamlessly backs up your apps and photos, intelligently archives the stuff you’re not using, and easily restores items when you need them. Robin is designed to Stand out. It’s simple and distinct in form and function: every port, button, and sensor is thoughtfully placed and easy to use. For example, why have two buttons when one makes more sense? press the power button, leave your finger there for a Split second, and Robin is unlocked. It’s simple, the power button is a fingerprint sensor too.

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