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Deal: Essential Phone in Halo Gray on sale for $223!

 

  • After being discounted down to $250 during the Amazon Prime sale, the Halo Gray Essential Phone is even cheaper at $223.99.
  • As one of the only phones running Android 9.0 Pie, this is a great and inexpensive way to try out the latest version of Android.
  • The phone is powered by the Snapdragon 835, has 128GB of storage, and runs Amazon Alexa out of the box.

Amazon Prime Day sale where the Essential Phone was discounted down to $250, don’t worry. Right now, you can grab a brand new Essential Phone in Halo Gray for just $223 with free shipping from Amazon.

As a quick refresh, the Essential Phone is powered by the Snapdragon 835 processor, has 128GB of built-in storage, and features a ceramic back and titanium frame.

Although this is a year-old phone, it is still a fantastic purchase, especially at $223. Thanks in part to running near-stock Android, Essential does a great job at keeping the handset updated. Not only does the device get nearly every security update, but the Essential Phone also received the official Android 9.0 Pie firmware update just hours after it was announced.

And if you are still on the fence about buying the Essential Phone, remember that the Halo Gray model has one feature not found on any of the others: it supports Amazon Alexa out of the box. 

It isn’t entirely clear how long you have to take advantage of this deal. The Essential Phone in Halo Gray has been on sale for $280 all weekend, then went up to $369, and it’s now cheaper than ever at $223.99.

Make sure to click that button below sooner than later before the phone sells out. And while you’re at it, you can grab the phone’s 360-degree camera module for $45.

One thing to keep in mind is that the phone is not eligible for Amazon Prime. Essential is still offering free two-day shipping, so it shouldn’t take too long for the phone to get to you.

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