Latest Nexus 5X sale knocks 16GB model to $299 and 32GB to $349, also includes $20 Visa gift card


There were some nice deals on the Nexus 5X over the holidays, but if you missed out on them, the 5X is now on sale for an even lower price.

The 16GB Nexus 5X is being sold by eBay seller “buydig” for $299, while the more capacious 32GB variant is on sale for $349. Both models are new and unlocked, just like you’d get from the Google Store, which is asking $349 and $399 for these handsets.

Included with both Nexus 5X units is free standard shipping as well as a $20 Visa gift card. That gift card will take six to eight weeks to hit your mailbox, but hey, it’s an extra $20.

The Nexus 5X has been on sale for a few months now, and unlike some other recent Nexus phones, it doesn’t look the 5X will be hitting T-Mobile’s shelves. The good news is that it includes support for T-Mobile’s Wi-Fi Calling out of the box, and owners started seeing band 12 LTE support after the recent Android 6.0.1 update, too.

The listings for these discounted Nexus 5X units say that there’s a “limited quantity available,” so if you’ve got some holiday cash burning a hole in your pocket and you’re thinking about making a purchase, you may want to make a decision soon.

Via: Droid-Life
Sources: 16GB Nexus 5X, 32GB Nexus 5X

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  • aglee89

    Is this Ebay only? I don’t see the deal on googles website. and only available in black on ebay with the 32gb

    • patt

      Yea ebay only

  • David

    Can anyone tell me if Nexus 5x lag? Some says it lags like crazy, while others say it’s very smooth. Which one is it? Are the ones say it’s smooth because they’re afraid to admit they made the wrong purchase?
    I need help to decide whether or not buy right now or not before the sale price is over. Thanks

    • scottykaps

      Lags depending on the apps you use. 5x is slower than my old one plus, but more reliable.

  • steveb944

    Pretty decent deal for a good device.

  • eight7four

    Guess i’m still holding out for the ice one from Google. Too bad they sold out during Christmas. It’s still sold out now in the 32GB variant….

  • Acdc1a

    $279 for a mid range phone isn’t too bad.

    • Medion

      I guess you have a unique definition of mid-range. Or perhaps you were trolling for an argument?

      • Acdc1a

        It sure doesn’t meet my definition of a flagship. 808 processor, 2GB of ram…the 6p is running the 810 and 3GB of ram. Maybe mid-range isn’t right but what slots between flagship and mid-range?

        • Medion

          The 808 is interesting, as the CPU is high end, but the GPU aspect of it is disappointing. I’d probably break it down more like PC video cards at this point.

          Snapdragon 200 class = budget
          Snapdragon 400 class = entry-level
          Snapdragon 600 class = mid-range
          Snapdragon 808 class = performance
          Snapdragon 810 class = enthusiast

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  • Paul Garrison

    If I can’t walk into a store and test drive it, then no thanks.

    • Acdc1a

      Best Buy has them on display.

    • calvin35

      Completely agree. I would never buy a phone that i couldn’t try out in store first.

  • AJ2

    How does a mysterious eBay seller offer new Google phones for less than what Google sells them for? I don’t understand how that works

    • morrisp

      Yeah, and who would buy one of these without a guarantee of warranty support from Google? I don’t get why these eBay “sales” are promoted on these sites…

      • Acdc1a

        I agree with you partially. When there are some no-name BS sellers I’d prefer not to see them here. Buydig is a fairly big retailer so I’m not object to seeing it here.

    • Acdc1a

      It’s not exactly a mysterious eBay seller, it’s Buydig which is a fairly large online retailer based in Edison, NJ. A lot of their stuff is surplus and overstocks. They are authorized resellers so I wouldn’t worry about the warranty. I guess I have to ask if Best Buy had the same deal if you’d be as hesitant.

    • Yo Momma

      On sale at Google Play store also!