Cyber Monday Deal: HTC Evo V 4G for $150, and Many Other Steals

Black Friday is over, but Cyber Monday is here and that means quite a few interestingly online-only deals for today only. One of these deals is from Virgin Mobile, the Sprint-owned prepaid carrier.

If you are considering ditching your contract account and want a prepaid device that isn’t a total pushover, today is the day to make the leap. Virgin Mobile some kick-ass deals here.

First, we have the HTC Evo V 4G for only $150. This 1.2 GHz dual-core smartphone with a 4.3-inch qHD smartphone and 1GB of RAM. Other specs include a 5MP rear shooter, a 1.3MP front cam, 4GB internal storage, microSD, a 1630mAh battery and Android 4.0 (with Sense 3.6).

Next up, the Samsung Galaxy Reverb is just $100, offering a 1.4GHz single-core processor, 4-inch display, 768MB of RAM, a 5MP rear cam, and Android 4.0.

Want an even cheaper deal? The HTC One V is only $50. What do you get with that? A 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8255 processor, Adreno 205 GPU, 512MB of RAM, 4GB ROM, microSD, 3.7-inch 480×800 display, and a 1500mAh battery. Other specs include a 5MP rear cam, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, FM Radio, and Android 4.0 (Sense 4.0).

If you happen to be in part of the United States that gets solid Sprint coverage, you really can’t go wrong with these deals. Sure, none of these are lightning quick smartphones, but at prices between $50-$150, you can’t really go wrong.

What do you think, tempted to make the move to Virgin Mobile to take advantage of these epic Cyber Monday deals?

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  1. showmemore says:

    i was waiting til today ( payday) to puchase this phone …at 199.$ what a great surprise for it to be even cheaper…thanks

  2. 1bmwdrvr1 says:

    I don’t have any irons in the fire on this one. However, the HTC EVO V is a really good phone at a great deal! I know Adobe is a bad word but if your interested in watching video on the phone IC S is the last OS to support the player. JB may come with Google Now but I find that service to be “creepy” and really don’t want to interact with the location service that much. The latest buzz is that the government has been granted full access to GPS data and will be mailing vehicle code violations to phone owners who are seen exceeding the posted limit by 5 MPH and not coming to a full stop at monitored (signs included ) intersections. The phone owners will be held as contributory agents and will not have to be proven as the drivers of the vehicle! This feels like an unfair money grab. What do you think? Personally I download Map sections when needed and turn off GPS location service when in a car, whether I’m driving or not! Your phone is now a snitch . Thanks Google Now!

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