Amazon has recently decided to add four Android powered smartphone devices to its Amazon Prime Exclusive lineup, and the handsets are all from LG, including its flagship LG G6, the LG G6 Plus, the LG Q6, and the LG X Charge. And because they are on Amazon Prime Exclusive, the phones are expected to feature discounted prices.
As recently told by Amazon to CNET this week, the e-commerce giant has decided to suspend the sales of mobile devices made by Blu on its official website. The reason for the removal reportedly has something to do with a potential security issue. This decision from Amazon came after Kryptowire, a security firm, showed last week how Blu devices possess software that had the ability to gather potentially sensitive or private information, and transmit them to servers located in China, without the knowledge and permission of the owners of the handsets.
According to HMD Global, the Finnish tech company that is now producing new mobile devices under the Nokia brand, it will be releasing the Nokia 6 in the United States mobile market starting next month. The device, though, will not be sold through any wireless carrier, but through Amazon. The Android powered handset will be offered in color options of black or silver, and with a pricing of $229.
Recently this week, online retailing giant Amazon announced that it was further expanding the list of discounted mobile devices under its Prime Exclusive Phones program by adding a couple more smartphones to the roster.
Recently this week, Amazon has revealed that it is adding Motorola’s Moto G Play to its range of mobile devices being offered as a Prime Exclusive. Introduced back in May earlier this year, the Moto G Play smartphone normally comes with a full retail price of $150, but it is now made available to Prime members for just $100.
Sprint has announced that it will give subscribers of its 40 gigabyte shared data plan a whole year’s subscription to Amazon Prime absolutely free of charge (a 12 month subscription is normally priced at $99). Some may remember that back in March early this year, the fourth biggest wireless carrier in America had offered its customers access to Amazon Prime for just $10.99. Now, it is handing it for free, provided that users sign up for 40 gigabytes of shared data.
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