Black Friday Guide to Android Deals

Looking to give away an Android phone this holiday season to a special someone, or looking to simply find a great deal on one for yourself? Deals are all over the place on Black Friday and Cyber Monday this weekend. Great phones are going for cheap cheap cheap, so make sure to check out this list and find a phone that suits you! If you’re wondering which phones to buy, check out our roundup of great Android phones on Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, or T-Mobile.

Best Buy Black Friday Android Deals (All require new 2yr activation unless noted)

Amazon.com Black Friday Android Deals

Radio Shack Black Friday Android Deals

Bonus: Android App Black Friday Sales
Several popular apps are also going on sale on Black Friday, giving you a discount on their already low prices.
SwiftKey Keyboard – One of the most popular keyboard alternatives, SwiftKey, has a killer prediction engine that makes your typing faster by predicting the next word you’re going to type. It learns the more you use it, and can make your typing much, much faster. SwiftKey is on sale on the Android Market on Black Friday for only $2, which is 50% off. Don’t miss this deal!
There are also an assortment of apps to help you with your other Black Friday shopping, if you decide to brave the crowds and go out tomorrow. Christmas Shopper Pro and Black Friday App are an easy way to track and find deals close to you and find the cheapest deals on everything.

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  • http://chris.pirillo.com/ Chris Pirillo

    Good call!

  • http://chris.pirillo.com/ Chris Pirillo

    …for a LOT of people.

  • http://chris.pirillo.com/ Chris Pirillo

    Suuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuure.

    • http://satorikun.wordpress.com/ satori

      Currently using a Pentium 4 HT 3.0 GHz socket 478 machine – on a board which supports DDR2 RAM and PCI-E graphics. And it still works like a charm ^^

  • http://chris.pirillo.com/ Chris Pirillo

    I’ve been wrong more than once. :)

    • Dan

      It would have made a great internet machine. Any Linux distro would have made it a machine that would have satisfied 90% of people’s needs.

  • Anonymous

    Had to add that there’s a great company in Issaquah, WA called 1GreenPlanet (don’t know if they have other locations, sorry) and they will take all used electronics, scrap metal, TV’s, and all of the other electronic stuff you feel guilty throwing in the trash for free. I make routine trips over there myself.

    • http://chris.pirillo.com/ Chris Pirillo

      I had no idea. That’s awesome! I hope I remember them… :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002286250939 Andreas Hartmann

    I personally love restoring very old hardware to a usable state. While my primary machine is a Phenom II quadcore I also have a P4 1.8 ghz and a celeron 1.4 ghz notebook which are still perfectly ok. But my favorite machine on which I am proudly using my own LFS Distro to surf the web on WLAN is a Pentium MMX Notebook with 80 MB of RAM and a 2 GB Hard Drive.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Corey-Watford/100000938231196 Corey Watford

    My brother’s computer has 256mb of ram and a 1ghz intel processor, and a 60gb Hardrive-that trash above is truely a treasure he could have used

  • http://twitter.com/edwardholmes91 Edward Holmes

    I think it is very wasteful to of thrown such a thing away. If it was very old then yes but some people would love to have a machine like this. Not to mention it could have been sent to a third world country free of charge to you! Many charities exist that do this recycling for free!

  • Robert Frederick

    among other things, I recently restored a Zenith Z 248 system that was military surplus. it’s a 286 8mhz system with a 40 gig hard drive and 1mb of ram. it’s my definition of a very old system. and the oldest PC I have to date. but I do sometimes question myself on why I keep older computers. I have several built that do not seem to be going anywhere at the moment. as my outlet for donating these has dried up, so I guess I’m not alone anymore in terms of that question. part of me screams “No!, it’s a good computer!” but the logical half knows that I would run out of room really fast if I kept even half of the working systems that I’ve come across.