Best Buy's killer Nokia G100 'clearance' deal has landed just in time for Thanksgiving

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Best Buy's killer Nokia G100 'clearance' deal has landed just in time for Thanksgiving
If you don't have much to be thankful for this year or simply want to add one last-minute item to that list, Best Buy appears to have just kicked off a holiday sale destined to put a big smile on the faces of many of its most cash-strapped shoppers.

There aren't a lot of decent Android phones you can get for as little as $100 with no strings attached this Black Friday... season, but the Nokia G100 is today joining that exclusive club by going an unprecedented 50 percent off its $199.99 list price in an unlocked variant with no upfront carrier activation required.

Nokia G100

4G LTE, Unlocked for AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon Use, 128GB Storage, 4GB RAM, Android 12, Snapdragon 662 Processor, 6.52-inch IPS LCD Screen with 1600 x 720 Pixel Resolution, 5,000mAh Battery with 15W Charging Support, Nordic Blue Color
$99 99
$199 99
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Nokia G100: Save $20!

If you prefer Amazon to Best Buy, you can snatch the Nokia G100 from there instead, also with a sweet discount. The phone is currently $20 off its price at the retailer.

Released around a year ago, this undeniably respectable 6.52-inch mid-ranger essentially goes up against Motorola's slightly newer Moto G Play (2023) model while undercutting pretty much all other candidates for the title of best budget phone out there right now.

By no means a screamer from either a processing power or cellular speed standpoint, the non-5G-enabled Nokia G100 does pack a decidedly more impressive Snapdragon 662 chipset than the aforementioned ultra-low-cost Moto soldier.

Meanwhile, the rear-facing cameras on the two ultra-affordable Android handsets are more or less equally bad, with the Moto G Play (2023) holding an important advantage in the screen refresh rate department thanks to 90Hz technology.

But the $99.99 Nokia G100 more than makes up for its 60Hz display limitation with a very generous 128 gigs of internal storage space and a surprisingly decent 4GB RAM count. The phone's key selling point is probably that 5,000mAh battery that promises to keep the lights on for up to two days between charges, with the number one flaw being the lack of an Android 13 update guarantee.

If you think you can live with two year-old Android 12 software, you might want to hurry and order the G100 while possible, as this latest Best Buy promotion is technically marked as a "clearance" thing rather than a Black Friday 2023 affair, meaning that the bargain-priced Nokia device could go out of stock for good at any moment.

Here are our top 3 Black Friday phone deal picks

Exclusive Samsung Store App offer: save up to $1,020 on the S23 Ultra

Install the Samsung Store App to save $300 off the Galaxy S23 Ultra. Additionally, turning in existing devices might save you up to $800, bringing your total savings on this smartphone to $1100 with an appropriate trade-in. Impressive! Download the app right now and save big on one of the finest Android phones of 2023!
$99 99
$1119 99
Buy at Samsung

Motorola Razr (2023): save $200 at Amazon

The Motorola Razr (2023) is sporting a pretty appealing price tag this Black Friday on Amazon. You can have it for just $500, a significant markdown over the regular $700 price tag. The device offers an affordable entryway into the world of clamshell foldable phones, which is getting more and more populous by the minute. Take advantage of this awesome offer now.

Google Pixel 8 Pro: 20% off this Black Friday at Amazon

Google's latest non-foldable flagship phone, the Google Pixel 8 Pro, can be yours at 20% off its price tag this Black Friday. The smartphone has incredible AI capabilities, boasts a stunning camera, and a powerful processor. Plus, it showcases a 6.7-inch super Actua display with a dynamic refresh rate of up to 120Hz. display, as well as the latest flavor of Android on board. Get it and save 44% now!

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