Motorola's Polaroid Insta-Share Printer moto mod goes official, priced to sell at $200

Last month news about an unannounced moto mod called Polaroid Insta-Share Printer made headlines. Today, the US-based company has taken the wraps off the previously rumored Moto Mod.

Starting this week, the Polaroid Insta-Share Printer moto mod will be available for purchase at Verizon for $200. Motorola also announced it will go on sale in other markets globally “in the coming months.”

As the name suggests, the moto mod can be attached to a compatible Motorola smartphone and used to print the pictures taken with the phone’s camera while on the go. Simply …


T-Mobile Revvl Plus to launch on November 17th; 6-inch phablet offers dual camera setup for $200

Back in August, T-Mobile introduced the Revvl, a budget priced phone for T-Mobile customers who “want a boatload of features without spending a boatload.” The phone carries a 5.5-inch HD screen (720 x 1280 resolution), 2GB of RAM and 32GB of native storage, all powered by a 3000mAh battery. Priced at $150, the Revvl is a capable handset giving bargain hunters a lot of bang for their buck.

When the Revvl was unveiled, T-Mobile hinted that it planned on extending the line. That started today with the unveiling of the T-Mobile Revvl Plus. This time, the nation’s third largest carrier …

Deal: New Balance RunIQ smartwatch on sale for just $200 (33% off)

In just a few months, New Balance’s RunIQ smartwatch will celebrate one year since launch. Initially priced to sell for $300, the wearable device is now the subject of the promotional offer that reduces its cost to just $200.

For a limited time, customers can grab the RunIQ smartwatch for 33% off via New Balance’s online store. The smartwatch is available in either black or silver colors, but only the former can be reserved online or in store.

New Balance RunIQ is a decent smartwatch that sports a 1.39-inch AMOLED display and a 410 mAh battery. Also, it packs …

T-Mobile takes $130 off the Samsung Galaxy Note 8; Samsung will throw in a $200 card if you act fast

Almost lost in the hype over the Apple iPhone X is one of the finest Android phones available, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. With the same “Infinity Display” used on the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, and the Snapdragon 835 chipset under the hood, the Galaxy Note 8 is not only stylish, it can also handle everything you throw at it. And with the revamped S Pen, the Galaxy Note 8 allows you to mine the depths of your imagination.

Today, both T-Mobile and Samsung have deals on the T-Mobile branded Galaxy Note 8. Let’s start with the Un-carrier first. T-Mobile’s deal reduces the price of the …

Nintendo announces Super Mario Run has 200 million downloads, but it's not too profitable

Super Mario Run is Nintendo’s first foray into the mobile gaming industry. Even though the game proved to be pretty popular among Android and iOS users, it didn’t reach the level of profitability Nintendo expected.

During Nintendo’s latest earnings report, the Japanese company announced Super Mario Run now has more than 200 million downloads on both Android and iOS platforms. However, Nintendo claims that despite this impressive numbers, the game “had not yet reached an acceptable profit point.”

Super Mario Run is a free to download game but requires players …

Save $200 by bringing your iPhone X to US Mobile's new Super LTE network


US Mobile,
a less-known American MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator), today unveiled an
interesting offer for future iPhone X owners. To celebrate the launch of what
US Mobile calls “Super LTE,” the company will offer $200 back to
iPhone X users who bring their device to the network, no trade in required.
You won’t get that in cash, but in bill credit, which still means you’ll be
saving $200. 

 

According to US Mobile, Super LTE is based on “America’s
biggest LTE network.” The company doesn’t mention exactly what network that
is, but it’s likely Verizon. The MVNO is offering …

Deal: Save $200 on an LG V30 from Verizon


Customers willing to buy the brand new LG V30 from Verizon
Wireless can save $200 if they’re getting the smartphone before November 6. The
deal does not involve trade-ins, or any unusual requirements. However, savings are not instant, and not exactly in cash. Instead, you will receive
$200 on an LG Prepaid Card via mail-in rebate.

 

As you can see at the first source link below, Verizon is
selling the LG V30 for $840 outright, or $35 per month for 24 months. To save
$200, you will have to submit a proof of purchase (by November 20) at the
second source link below. A Google DayDream …

Deal: T-Mobile LG G5 on sale for less than $200, works on all GSM networks

The G5 should have been one of the most innovative flagships launched by LG, but the phone quickly turned into a big disappointment. The “modular” aspect of the LG G5 wasn’t as appealing as the South Korean company thought it would, and so the flagship didn’t sell that well.

Still, when a flagship drops to less than $200 after just one year, it becomes as interesting as the new high-end smartphones. LG G5 is now on sale for just $199 on eBay, less than 55% off the MRSP.

Even Amazon has the unlocked version of the LG G5 on sale for $249.99, so the eBay deal …

Deal: For $200 you can now buy a 2016 flagship smartphone on Amazon, the LeEco Le Pro3

Despite the fact that LeEco is almost out from the United States, its products are still selling and for much less than one would expect. The LeEco Le Pro3 was the Chinese company’s flagship killer for 2016.

It was released on the market at a reasonable price and offered solid specs for that time. Now it’s on sale at Amazon for less than $200. Although the smartphone is listed with a price of $349.99, Amazon is actually selling the LeEco Le Pro3 for just $199, so you’ll be saving around $150 when you buy it.

Although the smartphone comes unlocked, it will …

GO Keyboard apps could be spying on over 200 million Android users

According to a new report, a pair of third party keyboard apps that are listed in the Google Play Store under GO Keyboard could actually be spying on you. The developer, listed as the GOMO Dev Team, says that “We will never collect your personal info including credit card information. In fact, we cares for privacy of what you type and who you type!” That hardly seems to be the case as the apps allegedly have access to data showing your identity, phone call records, and can listen in to the microphones on your handset.

Thee apps have over 200 million users and allegedly communicate with “dozens” …