AT&T Black Friday deals have already been appearing since yesterday, and some of the biggest devices from Samsung’s Galaxy family and other Android manufacturers will be available for deep discounts this week.
Amazon is unleashing its holiday sales early by letting customers in on some of the big deals for this upcoming Black Friday weekend. Whether it’s the newest Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, S6 Edge+ or Note5, the HTC One M9, or LG G4 – shoppers can get these devices, and much more, for $0 up-front fee.
All of these devices will be included in the Black Friday promotion coinciding with AT&T Next, which will bring the overall cost to the shopper down to $0 when they’re out shopping.
AT&T Next is the new-age method for shopping smartphones. Gone are the days of being chained to a two-year contract. Many service providers are going with this alternative to a two-year program, giving users the ability to shop early – and save throughout the year on their device. Even more impressively, this program allows the user to get a new phone whenever they feel like it – assuming they have paid off enough of their device.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge are the second-newest devices released on the flagship lineup from Samsung. While the Galaxy Note5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+ are both newer, there will be cost associated with those devices. However, the Galaxy S6, as well as the S6 Edge are both incredibly solid devices in terms of overall performance. 32GB of internal storage, a 5-inch screen, and incredible battery life make them a great choice.
Similarly, the HTC One M9 was one of the least-hyped devices in the industry. While it didn’t perform as well as some of the other Android smartphones on the flagship market this year – it still is an incredibly solid device. A 5-inch display, 32GB of internal storage, and a 2.0 GHz processor make this one of the best options on the open market. The LG G4 does great as a standalone device because it features a slightly better performance than the other two on this list – it just doesn’t carry the same name power that Samsung does.
These devices are expensive without a contract, and without using a program like AT&T Next. All of these devices cost at least $649 on Amazon, and climb upward from there. That is what makes this deal so great – the overall cost, obviously – but also the lure of being able to pick up a new device next holiday season without any second thoughts.