Deal: T-Mobile Galaxy S6 Edge Plus for $378, 06/10/16

Samsung smartphones have never been known to be cheap, which is understandable given the amount of high-end specs inside of them, as well as their recent obsession with quality design and build. 2016 might be the year of the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, but that doesn't mean we should forget about last year's Galaxy S6 line. Sporting a similar design as this year's flagships, the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus was launched last Summer with a larger display. With a 5.7-inch Quad HD Super AMOLED display, this is the largest device that Samsung makes with that double-edged display, and it's on offer for T-Mobile users right now at eBay for $377.88.

This deal is for a used Galaxy S6 Edge, however the seller seems to be very thorough with their testing, including a 65-point inspection a 30-day no quibble refund to boot. As such, these devices aren't guaranteed to come with their original box and all their original accessories, but they will be provided with the charger as well as some sort of box. Specifically, this offer is for the SM-G928T model designed to work with T-Mobile. This might work with AT&T and other GSM networks, but you might have to unlock the device first and 4G might not work 100%. Either way, T-Mobile is a great network to bring your own device and get unlimited data and many other perks for a lot less than other competing networks. Available in Gold as well as Black, there's only so many of these left, so those interested might want to get their skates on.

With the same Exynos 7420 that powered the original Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, this is a speedy device and with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage it should be able to keep up with everything you want to do. It works just fine with the Gear VR and will no doubt be updated to Android N at some point as well, so this is less buying an old smartphone, and more getting a good deal on a great smartphone. Interested readers can read our full review here and click the button to take a look at the deal for themselves.

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