fire phone Stories September 15, 2015

expiredAmazon 32GB Unlocked Fire phone w/ 1-yr Prime: $120 (Orig. $545)

QualityCellz (99.2% Positive feedback) via eBay offers the Amazon Fire Phone 32GB 4G LTE (AT&T Unlocked) w/ 1 year of Prime for $119.99 shipped. That’s $325 off the original list price and the lowest we can find. Prime is typically $99, making the effective price of this phone only $20.

The Fire Phone has a custom-designed sensor system that responds to how you hold, view, and move it. It also has 1080p HD video recording at 30fps, dual stereo speakers with Dolby Digital Plus audio processing, and Fire OS 3.6.8. It received 3.7/5 stars from Amazon shoppers. 

QualityCellz also has the 64GB version for $149.99.

fire phone Stories January 7, 2015

expiredAmazon Fire Phone 32GB Unlocked GSM w/ 1 year Prime membership $189 shipped (Reg. $449)

Today only, as part of its Gold Box Deals of the Day, Amazon is offering its 32GB Amazon Fire Phone (Unlocked GSM) w/ a 1 year Prime membership for $189 shipped. That’s $260 under the regular list price, the lowest we’ve seen on an unlocked model by around $20 or more and the best price we can find.

Along with all of the shipping and content benefits that come with a full year of Prime membership ($99 value), Fire Phone features 2GB RAM, 13MP camera, 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi and a 4.7″ HD display all running on a 2.2GHz quad-core processor. It also includes free cloud storage for Fire Phone photos and access to over 33 million movies, TV shows, songs, books, apps and more. More details below and on 9to5Google.

Note: In the US, it is compatible with all GSM networks like those from AT&T, T-Mobile and others. It will not work on CDMA networks like Verizon and Sprint’s.

This model has received a 4/5 star rating from over 2,000 customers. It ships with a USB charging cable and power adapter as well as “premium” in-ear headphones with remote and mic.

fire phone Stories November 26, 2014

It seems that Amazon is finally throwing in the towel with its Fire Phone. After the hype leading up to its launch, Fire Phone has been struggling to stay afloat. It’s best to think of the Fire Phone as a smaller version of a Kindle Fire tablet, but with a few extra gimmicks and features thrown in along with a free year of Amazon Prime.

The Fire Phone may have been a disappointment to the market, but Amazon isn’t giving up on its attempt to push it into the hands of consumers this holiday season. The Fire Phone can now be purchased unlocked and off-contract for only $199 (32GB Version)

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