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Not many people know this, but Newegg is a pretty solid destination for finding discounts and deals on unlocked smartphones. Yep, you can shop from a number of models that you might not see from another retailer or carrier. For instance, you can purchase a couple of Asus and Huawei devices that’s offered elsewhere.

As of right now, the top selling Android smartphone on Newegg is the Nexus 6, the six inch phablet running pure Android from Motorola launched in 2014.

The benefit of an unlocked smartphone, for those who aren’t aware, is that it can be used on a variety of wireless service providers. Moreover, going this route ensures you don’t have to worry about contracts or long-term obligations. Want to hop from T-Mobile to AT&T or vice-versa? That’s no problem when you’re using an unlocked GSM phone.

We’ve gathered up the 10 best-selling unlocked Android smartphones from Newegg for the last week of 2015 so you can get a sense for what’s available. Right now, these include several Galaxy S6’s in different color variants, a couple Asus Zenfones, a budget LG smartphone and a couple Huawei Lite phones.

So, the next time you need to replace your existing phone, consider scooping up one of these. It’s often a heck of a lot cheaper than going through your carrier in the long run.

  1. Motorola Nexus 6 32GB – $749.99 (Save $50)
  2. Asus Zenfone 2 64GB – $299
  3. Samsung Galaxy S6 32GB White- $509.99 (Save $390)
  4. Samsung Galaxy S5 16GB $468.99 (Save $495)
  5. Huawei P8 Lite 16GB Black- $249.99 (Save $180)
  6. Asus Zenfone 2 64GB Red – $269.00 (Save $30)
  7. Huawei P8 Lite 16GB White – $244.99 (Save $185.99)
  8. Samsung Galaxy S6 32GB Black – $499.99 (Save $400)
  9. Samsung Galaxy S6 32GB Gold – $509.99 (Save $390)
  10. LG Optimus F6 Black – $79.99 (Save $120)


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