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Here are the Amazon Prime Exclusive smartphones you can get with a serious discount right now

Here are the Amazon Prime Exclusive smartphones you can get with a serious discount right now
Here are the Amazon Prime Exclusive smartphones you can get with a serious discount right now

In case you didn't know, there's a great way to get a bargain on a mid-range devices in the US right now. Amazon is offering some pretty decent unlocked phones with a significant discount, assuming you are okay with them coming with some adverts on the lock screen and a small amount of Amazon -branded apps preinstalled.

The handsets, marketed as Prime Exclusive Phones, are nothing to write home about, but they can be a great way for you to get a decent handset with up to 50% discount. So, without further ado, here are the phones that Amazon offers to its Prime customers right now.

Nokia 6

Regular price: $229.99 | Prime Exclusive: $179.99 (22% off)

The Nokia 6 is currently the best specced handset by HMD Global. The phone comes with Snapdragon 430 SoC, 3 GB of RAM, and extremely solid build quality. The aluminum uni-body design is also complemented by some premium features, such as auto-focusing selfie camera, fingerprint scanner, and Dolby Atmos audio.



Motorola Moto G5 Plus

Regular price: $229.99 | Prime Exclusive: $184.99 (20% off)

The bigger of a pair of new mid-rangers by Lenovo, the Motorola Moto G5 Plus was well accepted by us here at PhoneArena. It comes with almost premium-feeling design and pretty solid battery life. The lower price tag offered by Amazong makes it even more appealing.



Motorola Moto E4

Regular price: $129.99 | Prime Exclusive: $99.99 (23% off)

Released just last month, the Moto E4 is for users that are looking for a somewhat cheap device that simply gets the job done. Having somewhat outdated hardware and no fancy features makes this handset affordable, yet a good choice for people that are looking to use it for reading news, taking calls, and occasionally checking their Facebook feed.



Motorola Moto G4

Regular price: $169.99 | Prime Exclusive: $119.99 (29% off)

Last year's Motorola Moto G4 was not a bad device for its price range. And Amazon is offering a bargain on it, too, so it packs even more value for a mid-ranger now. If you're looking for something with enough battery life to last you through a day of heavy usage and you're not picky about specs, this might be the phone for you.



Alcatel Idol 5S

Regular price: $279.99 | Prime Exclusive: $199.99 (29% off)

A brand new device by Alcatel that comes with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 625, 3 GB of RAM, and a 1080 x 1920 pixels display. The Alcatel Idol 5S is an upper mid-ranger that offers a lot of bang for its buck.



Alcatel A50

Regular price: $149.99 | Prime Exclusive: $99.99 (33% off)

The one thing that makes the Alcatel A50 memorable is a very special external accessory – a back cover with a grid of colorful LEDs. However, since it's sold separately you can only get the phone itself with a discount. It's a device for people that don't need a powerhouse in their pocket, but will still do the trick for the most basic of smartphone use cases.



Alcatel A30 Plus

Regular price: $129.99 | Prime Exclusive: $79.99 (38% off)

The Alcatel A30 Plus is an entry-level smartphone that's doing its best to reach a mid-range status, but is not quite there yet. Still, it could serve as a good first device for your kids.



Alcatel A30

Regular price: $99.99 | Prime Exclusive: $59.99 (40% off)

A strictrly entry-level smartphone, the Alcatel A30 is for people that want nothing, but the essentials – browsing the Internet, making calls, and using IM services.



BLU R1 HD

Regular price: $99.99 | Prime Exclusive: $49.99

If you're looking for a smartphone cheaper than a lot of feature phones and you don't require it to be running Android 7.0 Nougat, take a look at the BLU R1 HD. It's severely lacking in the hardware and software department, but you get what you paid for.


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