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Here are the best Amazon Prime Day smartphone deals

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Prime Day is finally here, so get your wallets out because Amazon is offering quite a few discounts on smartphones. Not every smartphone is worth your money, though, so we’ve handpicked our favorites to help you spend your money wisely.

Here are the best Amazon Prime Day smartphone deals.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8

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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 may be just around the corner, but that doesn’t mean the Galaxy Note 8 isn’t worth a look. Amazon is offering Samsung’s largest smartphone available at the moment — which also comes with the S Pen — for just $650. That’s great value, because the Note 8 excels with its camera, performance, and productivity. Read our full Samsung Galaxy Note 8 review.

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Moto G6

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Motorola has been king of the budget smartphone market for some time, and the Moto G6 continues to show the company’s excellence in producing a brilliantly-capable smartphone at such a low price tag. The model with 32GB and 3GB RAM now costs $235, down from the $250 price tag. The 64GB and 4GB RAM model will set you back $260, which is a $40 discount. Read our full Moto G6 review.

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Moto X4

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With a premium build quality and IP68 water-resistance, you’ll forget how much you paid for the Moto X4. Performance is great, the camera is capable especially in good lighting, and the battery life is plenty sufficient. Amazon has dropped the price to $200 for Prime Day, which is $150 off its original price. Read our full Moto X4 review.

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Huawei Mate 10 Pro

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Huawei’s P20 Pro may have stolen the show for its brilliant camera, but the Huawei Mate 10 Pro can match it with performance, design, and software — and the camera’s pretty good too. It initially cost $800 earlier this year, but it has been available for $550 on Amazon. Now, on Prime Day, you can snag it for $550, which is a great price for a phone of this caliber. Read our full Huawei Mate 10 Pro review.

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Honor View 10

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The Honor View 10 brings flagship specifications, features, and design to a much more affordable price tag. It has a capable camera for its price, as well as a nice big screen for watching videos or movies. You’ll forget you paid so little for this phone. It used to be priced at $500, but it has been discounted to just $400. That’s incredible value. Read our full Honor View 10 review.

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Honor 7X

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The Honor 7X has been our favorite phone to recommend for anyone with a budget of $200. It has everything from a high-end design to good performance and a solid camera. Now it’s just $170, making it even more of a bargain. Read our full Honor 7X review.

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Razer Phone

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The Razer Phone is the gaming brand’s first smartphone, and it’s the perfect device if you’re an avid mobile gamer. It has stunning performance that can run all the high-end mobile games, a screen with a high refresh rate, a big battery, and massive front-facing speakers. Razer is offering a 25 percent discount on the phone, and you can read our full Razer Phone review to learn more about the phone.

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Essential Phone (PH-1)

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The Essential Phone, from the creator of Android, was one of the most beautiful phones of 2017. It’s made of ceramic and titanium, it has a simple-to-use and uncluttered Android operating system, and performance is speedy. The camera isn’t the strongest, but Essential has dropped the price of the phone to $250 for Prime Day, and it is absolutely a steal. If the $250 price isn’t showing up for you, don’t despair. There’s a way to still grab it for the low price even if it is out of stock — check out our guide on how to do it. While you’re here, you can also read our full Essential Phone review.

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LG V35 ThinQ

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LG’s newest phone is the V35 ThinQ, which has all the high-end performance you’ll want including the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and 6GB of RAM. This is an Amazon Prime Exclusive phone, so it will come pre-installed with a lot of Amazon apps. The phone initially cost $900 on AT&T, but now it’s available as a Prime Day Deal for $600 — and it will work on AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile. Read our LG V35 ThinQ hands-on review.

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Samsung Galaxy S9/S9 Plus

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There’s no discount on the relatively-new Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus, but Samsung is bundling a few smart home accessories for free if you buy the phones through Amazon as a Prime Day deal. You can nab a complimentary Samsung SmartThings Home Monitoring Kit, an Amazon Echo, and an Amazon Echo Spot, all of which total up to $430 in savings.

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