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Don't wait until Black Friday to score a great Android phone deal

It's that time of year again. Black Friday is nearly upon us, if you can believe it! Much like last year, many of the best deals will not only be availabe in person at retail stores, but online as well. It's never too early to start looking for bargains on the best Android phones, so here is a running list of Android phone deals that we've got our eye on leading up to the biggest shopping weekend of the year. We'll be keeping this guide updated regularly leading up to Black Friday, so be sure to check back frequently if you don't see the phone deals that you're looking for.

Every year, there are some pretty stellar Black Friday phone deals, though you have to know where to shop if you want to find the best offers. Whether you're hoping for the best Samsung deals, Google Pixel deals, some other Android phone, or even an iPhone (gasp!), this is truly the best time of the year to find one.

We'll be scouring all the usual retailers and phone carriers to scope out any worthy offers and placing the best of them in the list below. That includes everything from Best Buy Black Friday deals to Verizon Black Friday deals and more. If you're looking for more ways to save during this holiday season, make sure to check out our guide to Black Friday 2021.

Best Black Friday deals on unlocked phones

Moto G Stylus (2021) | Save $50 at Amazon and Best Buy

The Moto G Stylus (2021) was already high on our list of the best budget Android phones, and this deal makes it an even better bargain. You can save $50 on the most affordable stylus experience on a Android smartphone.

$250 at Amazon

TCL 10 Pro | Save $70 at Amazon

TCL's 10 Pro is an affordable powerhouse with a 6.47-inch AMOLED display with NXTVISION tech, a quad-camera setup, Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 octa-core processor, and 6GB of RAM. It has a 128GB capacity, expandable via microSD. Use the on-page coupon to save $70 today.

$330 at Amazon

OnePlus 8T | Save $100 at Amazon and Best Buy

With a gorgeous display, incredible performance, and great cameras, the OnePlus 8T brings a lot to the table. Right now, you can save $100, bringing a flagship-level smartphone closer to mid-tier pricing.

$500 at Amazon $500 at Best Buy

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE | Save $75 at Amazon

The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE was our top Android phone recommendation for nearly a year, and it remains one of our favorites to this day. It's durable, has a gorgeous display, quality cameras, and an all-day battery. Plus, Samsung's software support is second to none these days, so you will still get several years of use out of this device.

$625 at Amazon

Moto Razr 5G | Save $400 at Amazon and Best Buy

The Moto Razr 5G is one of the most impressive foldables on the market, and now you can grab one for just shy of $1,000. Where this phone has the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 beat is that big exterior display, which actually allows you to respond to messages and notifications quite easily.

$1,000 at Amazon

Best Black Friday carrier deals

OnePlus 9 | Free at T-Mobile

The OnePlus 9 is one of the best value Android flagship phones of 2021, and now through the end of the year, bustomers can score a free device when they add a new line or switch to T-Mobile's Magenta Max Plan. No trade-in is required!

Offer available at T-Mobile

OnePlus 9 Pro | Save $750 T-Mobile

When it comes to great phone cameras, there aren't many that can top the Hasselblad-tuned shooters on the OnePlus 9 Pro. Similar to T-Mobile's OnePlus 9 deal, customers who add a line or switch to the Magenta Max Plan can grab a brand-new OnePlus 9 Pro for up to $750 off retail price.

Offer available at T-Mobile

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE | Free at Verizon

There's no better price than free, is there? Right now, you can get the amazing Galaxy S20 FE for zero down, zero per month for 30 months when you sign up for Verizon's Select Unlimite plan.

Offer available at Verizon

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 | Free with trade-in at AT&T

New and existing customers who sign up for an AT&T UNLIMITED plan can get the fantastic Flip 3 for up to $1,000 off, which essentially makes it FREE. Select customers may also be able to get a pair of Galaxy Buds 2 for free as well.

Offer available at AT&T

Google Pixel 6 | $15/month at AT&T

New and existing customers who sign up for an AT&T UNLIMITED plan can get the brand new Google Pixel 6 for just $15/month. No trade-ins are required.

Offer available at AT&T

Google Pixel 6 Pro | Save $700 at AT&T

New and existing customers who sign up for an AT&T UNLIMITED plan can save up to $700 off the brand new Google Pixel 6 Pro, bringing the total out of pocket down to $240. No trade-ins are required.

Offer available at AT&T



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