DEALS: Unlocked Galaxy S7 Duos Just $499, 32GB Nexus 5X for $239

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eBay has cooked up two serious deals today that include the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Nexus 5X. The Galaxy S7, in all its unlocked, dual-SIM glory, can be had for just $499, while the Nexus 5X with 32GB of storage is all the way down to $239.

If you are interested in the Galaxy S7, I’m not sure you will find a better deal than this. This is a 32GB unlocked version with dual SIM slots, so you can travel easily with this phone without swapping SIMs. This particular variant is model SM-G930FD and works on GSM networks in the US like T-Mobile and AT&T. It will not work on Verizon or Sprint. The only real issue here is that it more than likely won’t work with Samsung Pay because of its international nature. 

If the Nexus 5X is of interest and you missed the string of ridiculous discount on it last week, you have another chance today. Your time is running out, though, so you may want to hurry. Again, this is the 32GB version and it has been discounted by $160.

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