This year's release season has ended with the presentation of Nexus 6. Even with this year's hardware and software news, the 2013 tops are still a great broth. Their specs are enough for most users, most of them will get Android 5.0 Lollipop and, most importantly, their prices have been pretty reasonable. All this makes them amazing Christmas gifts! Update: We switched links that didn't work and did a new price search.
Who always wanted to have one high end Without having to sell a kidney and a lung, you have last year's top-of-the-line purchase options. Technically, they are no longer top of the line, but in most cases the improvements built into the current model do not make a huge difference from the predecessor.
Internet research shows that veterans have far more inviting prices than at the time of their release. Check out the table below:
|Samsung Galaxy S4 4G (16 GB)||R $ 1,099.00||R $ 2,499.00||Link|
|Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (32 GB)||R $ 1,599.00||R $ 2,799.00||Link|
|LG G2 (16 GB)||R $ 1,159.00||R $ 1,999.00||Link|
|Sony Xperia Z1||R $ 1,389.00||R $ 2,399.00||Link|
|Sony Xperia Z2 (released March 2014)||R $ 1,699.00||R $ 2,499.00||Link|
|HTC One (M7) (32 GB)||R $ 1,649.00||R $ 2,700.00||Link|
|Motorola Moto X (16 GB)||R $ 1,049.00||R $ 1,799.00||Link|
|Google Nexus 5 (16 GB)||R $ 1,099.00||R $ 1,799.00||Link|
|Huawei Ascend P6 (8 GB)||R $ 1,139.00||R $ 1,500.00||Link|
|Research done on 10/12/2014|
As we can see, the significant price drop. And you, did you find one of these devices even cheaper? Share with us in the comments!
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