B&H Photo Video Is Offering $50 Discounts On Nexus Devices

Today is the day the Galaxy S7 comes to town, but if you are not a Samsung fan and have been wanting to put your hands on a Nexus device, this might be your chance. Starting this Friday, B&H Photo Video, the largest non-chain store of its type in America is giving great discounts on both the Huawei Nexus 6P and LG Nexus 5X for online purchases, with a special offer for the white 32 GB Nexus 5X.

Starting with the 32 GB Nexus 6P, the device if being offered with a $50 discount and sold at $449, plus a $50 B&H gift card. The 64 GB Nexus 6P is also getting $50 off, and the price gets down to $499, also with the $50 B&H gift card, and the two models are available in Graphite, Aluminum, and Gold. If you want the Nexus 5X, the 16 GB version in Mint or Black is being sold with a $50 discount at $299, while the 32 GB Nexus 5X in the same colors get the same $50 discount with a price tag of $349. The interesting part here is the special deal for the 32 GB Nexus 5X in white. The handset is already being sold with the $50 discount, but if you use the promo code BHNEXUS5X while checking out, the device will cost you $299, saving an additional $50. All models are unlocked and compatible with the four major carriers.

Released in September, both the Nexus 6P and the Nexus 5X are the latest iteration of Google's Nexus brand, offering a vanilla Android experience and very good hardware for a relatively lower price than an equivalent device. Manufactured by Chinese giant Huawei, the Nexus 6P is the high-end model of the series and comes with an aluminum body, high-resolution 5.7-inch AMOLED screen, a powerful processor, 3 GB of RAM and finger print scanning technology. The LG-made Nexus 5X is an improvement over the 2013 Nexus 5, coming with a better processor, bigger battery and screen, fingerprint scanner and so on, being a cheaper option for Nexus fans. As mentioned before, the deal is for online purchases and to get the phones from B&H Photo Video, you just have to head to their website in the source link below the text. The company didn't specify how long these discounts will last.

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