Several smartphones, including the iPhone 6S, Galaxy Note 5, LG Nexus 5 2015, OnePlus 2, Moto X (Gen 3), BlackBerry Passport, are expected to be released in the second and third quarters of this year. In order to clear stocks of the older models, producers are offering many flagships of 2014 with discounts.
Galaxy Note 4
The Galaxy Note 4 unlocked is now available only $399 on eBay. The retailer is selling the 32 GB Note 4 with model number SM-N910A (AT&T variant) in two colors, black and white. The original price of the AT&T Galaxy Note 4 is $846.
The price of the OnePlus One has been slashed as the OnePlus 2 release draws near. According to OnePlus, the 16 GB model now costs $249 and the 64 GB variant is now priced at $299.
Both models carry a discount of $50. There is a special 64 GB version available with a free one-year Dropbox subscription that offers storage of 1 TB. It is priced at $349.
Moto X (2014)
The Moto X (2nd Gen) is heavily rumored to get replaced by Moto X (3rd Gen). Now, Motorola is selling the unlocked Moto X (2014) with free customization through Moto Maker for $299. The list price is $349, but after receiving the customized handset, satisfied customers can get a $50 rebate.
Unsatisfied customers will provided with another chance to redesign the handset with the Moto Maker tool.
Google Nexus 6
The Google Play Store, Amazon and Best Buy are now selling the Google Nexus 6 with a discount of $150 on Midnight Blue and Cloud White variants. The 32 GB model is now priced at $499 and the 64 GB model carries a new cost of 549. The Nexus 6 is rumored to get replaced by two new models, the LG Nexus 2015 and the Huawei Nexus 2015.
HTC One M8
Now that the HTC One M9 is available for purchase, the older HTC One M8 is available with attractive discounts at Best Buy. The 32 GB HTC One M8 on Sprint and Verizon is available an on-contract price of $1 for two years. The deal allows users to take advantage of a massive discount of $199.
In the U.S, the BlackBerry Passport is now available for $499 with a price cut of $50. The new pricing of the Passport smartphone in Canada is $599 CAD after a discount of $100. The BlackBerry Passport is expected to come powered with Android Lollipop this year.