Best Smartphone Deals This 2016: From $399 To $649

By Ten L. , Updated Dec 05, 2016 06:42 PM EST
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This year is such a happy year for smartphone lovers. Most of the well-loved names in the mobile industry have released something new this 2016. This means that if you want to buy a new phone, you have loads of options to choose from. Here are some of the best smartphone deals this season.

OnePlus 3, $399

The OnePlus 3 is best known for its "flagship killer" image. It is a super powerful smartphone for a price that's half of what flagships are being sold for. For a Snapdragon 820 processor smartphone that comes with 6 GB RAM, the OnePlus 3 is basically what every Android lovers on a budget are waiting for.

OnePlus 3T, $439

The OnePlus 3T is basically a slightly improved version of the OnePlus 3. It has a slightly more powerful processor and the same massive amount of RAM. If you are just about to buy a new Android phone, you can opt for the OnePlus 3T. However, if you are a OnePlus 3 owner, there really is no reason to upgrade to the 3T. The OnePlus 4 should be a more valid upgrade.

HTC 10, $699 Regular, On-sale Now For $499

As mentioned, the HTC 10 is currently on sale with $200 off of its original price. Check on HTC's site to see the discount. This is pretty much the best time to snag this small but incredible premium smartphone. The HTC 10 has superb display, powerful internals and physical elegance.

Apple iPhone 7, $649

The iPhone 7 may be on the pricier end of the smartphone pricing, but if you are a big fan of Apple, splurging a bit may be understandable. Of course, the iPhone 7 doesn't have the extra glitz that the $769 iPhone 7 Plus has, but it could be a good upgrade, especially for people who had been using older iPhones.

ZTE Axon 7, $399

The ZTE Axon 7 is another underrated Android with a set of specs that can beat most premium flagships. This phone has powerful internals, high RAM size and superb display. It basically aims at the same audience as the OnePlus 3.

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