It is, of course, Black Friday week, which means that everyone everywhere is starting to lose their heads at the thought of being able to pick a 65-inch TV for pennies.

In reality, deals like that rarely come but that does not mean that there are no bargains to be had.

One of those is something we think you will enjoy, especially if a new smartphone is on your wishlist and you have a liking for something a little off the beaten path. Like, say, an Essential Phone.

As you may already know, the Essential Phone has already gone through a pretty high profile price drop since its launch, but if you want to get an even better deal, you might want to check out Amazon. That’s because right now the Essential Phone, in 128GB guise, can be picked up for just $449.99. The deal includes both the black and white versions of the handset, and we think it’s a bit of a bargain no matter which color you go for given the phone debuted at $699.99 only couple of months ago as Android flagship.

With Essential Phone’s stunning edge-to-edge Full Display there is finally a large-screen device that fits comfortably in the palm of your hand. Our phone is expertly crafted out of titanium and ceramic so it resists scratching, denting, and bending better than most other phones. Essential Phone comes with pure Android so you get fast updates and a clean software experience.

If you were to place the same order via Essential, then you would have to pay an extra $50 for the privilege, so if you are on the lookout for a new Android smartphone and don’t want to follow the crowd over to the likes of Samsung, LG and even OnePlus (the budget OnePlus 5T is $50 more at this point!), then this flagship is definitely well worth checking out even at the normal price of $499.99. With $50 off, it’s an absolute steal!

Buy: Essential Phone from Amazon: $449 | Original price: $700/$500

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