HTC EVO 4G LTE and Sprint Galaxy Nexus are one penny on Amazon Wireless

Amazon’s hosting more great deals for those who are looking for a new smartphone for the summer. They’re offering a couple of Sprint smartphones for a penny. You can’t even bye candy with a penny at the penny candy store anymore, so I’d say this is about as good a deal as you’ll see on these smartphones.

The HTC EVO 4G LTE was launched earlier this summer following a brief delay at customs due to a patent check. It has since been lauded as one of the best smartphones available today, let alone available on Sprint’s 4G LTE network.

The Galaxy Nexus launched on Sprint after having to see Verizon Wireless carry the device exclusively for quite some time in America, but it’s better late than never and even several weeks later it’s still a viable option for those who want the purest Android experience they can find.

As an added bonus you can also get Sprint’s Samsung Galaxy S3, arguably their best phone available, for $99. You won’t find a deal that good anywhere else so I suggest you jump on that as soon as you can. [Galaxy S3, EVO 4G LTE, Samsung Galaxy Nexus]

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  • Matthew Merrick

    again i curse my reliance on my Verizon family plan (with no upgrades either)

    >:(

  • Matt Kokotovich

    Next time please link to the actual pages, rather than just pictures.

  • villagrana65

    new customers only,, no upgrades

    • dancedroid

      yeah, EVO and SGS3 still $149.99 with upgrade, and GNex is $79.99 ($49.99 on Wirefly). guess i’ll have to wait a little bit longer to get my EVO or SGS3 (i’ll make the decision when the time comes lol)

  • jerry Joe johnson

    The Galaxy Nexus is free at Sprint.com Has been for a while now.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=822507437 Paul Guy

    Maybe point out that it’s only a penny for new customers, so longtime customers like myself don’t get our hopes up, only to get let down in the end.

    Grrr…

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100001157635211 Danny Callahan

    Why is the Nexus S in the picture?