Apple's iPhone X is a crazy good deal at $626 in 'very good' condition with 256GB storage

Apple's iPhone X is a crazy good deal at $626 in 'very good' condition with 256GB storage
While Apple rushed to discontinue its first-ever "all-screen" smartphone shortly after unveiling three additional models with razor-thin bezels and relatively large notches, the iPhone X is still very much alive at third-party retailers like Best Buy. The problem is the 2017-released 5.8-incher remains extravagantly priced, at $900 and up, rarely scoring substantial discounts with no strings attached.

But that's where top-rated eBay sellers like BuySpry come in, currently charging as little as $625.99 for a factory GSM unlocked variant of the iPhone X with a whopping 256 gigs of internal storage space. That particular configuration typically costs $1,050 brand-new, mind you, so you stand to save more than 400 bucks here... as long as you don't have a problem purchasing refurbished gear.

Of course, refurbished doesn't always equate to a shoddy product, and in this specific case, you have a 99.6 percent positively rated merchant promising the heavily marked-down devices are not only "100 percent functional", but also in "very good" cosmetic condition. While you may notice certain "signs of wear like scratches, scuffs, and minor dents" on the iPhone X units on sale in a "limited quantity" in a silver color only, these come with a 60-day warranty as well to provide (a little) peace of mind.

Granted, it's still not easy to choose between a 256GB iPhone X and a slightly cheaper 64 gig iPhone XR, but if you can settle for a slower processor, the former is arguably sleeker, sharper, and more compact, not to mention it's got one of them fancy dual rear-facing camera modules equipped with 2x optical zoom capabilities. And yes, we realize three new iPhones are right around the corner, but hopefully, you're also well aware of how much they're supposed to cost.

Check out the deal here

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