Deals: Samsung A51 Smartphone $325, Amazon SanDisk Gold Box from $13, more – 9to5Google

Today’s best deals include the Samsung Galaxy A51 at $325, Amazon’s 1-day storage sale at $13, and a fresh batch of Anker discounts. Head below for all that and more in the latest 9to5Toys Lunch Break.

Samsung’s Galaxy A51 Smartphone is even more affordable

Amazon offers the unlocked Samsung Galaxy A51 128GB Android Smartphone for $325. Usually fetching $400, here you’re saving $75, with today’s offer marking the third-best offer we’ve seen to date. Samsung Galaxy A51 delivers a more affordable price point for getting in the Android game, whether you’re holding out for the new Galaxy S21 or want to upgrade a family member’s handset. Highlights here include a 6.5-inch AMOLED edge to edge display that’s backed by 128GB of storage and a 48MP quad camera array around back.

Amazon 1-day storage sale from $13

Amazon is offering up to 30% off a selection of storage devices from SanDisk, PNY, HP, Lexar, WD, and more. One standout is the SanDisk 256GB Ultra microSDXC UHS-I Memory Card for $26. Regularly $48, today’s offering is just shy of $22 in savings and a new Amazon all-time low. A perfect stocking stuffer for tech enthusiasts, this is a great way to add some additional storage options for the many devices you already own (smartphones, tablets, cameras, Nintendo Switch, more). Features include read/write speeds of up to 120MB/s and a 10-year manufacturer warranty.

Latest Anker sale discounts a range of accessories

Anker’s Amazon storefront is rolling out a new sale this morning with up to 40% off top-rated accessories, batteries, and more for your iPhone and Android devices. Our top pick is the Anker Powerhouse 100 portable charger for $127. This new entry into the Powerhouse lineup typically sells for $160, and today’s deal is just the second price drop we’ve tracked all-time. This model has a lower capacity than some of Anker’s other batteries, 97Wh versus 213, but is afforded a much smaller footprint because of that. Features include dual 2.4A USB-A ports, a 45W USB-C output, and an AC outlet.

Google Pixel Buds are on sale from $140

Kohl’s is currently offering the latest Google Pixel Buds In-Ear Headphones for $159 with an additional $30 in Kohl’s Cash. You’ll also find it in Geek Squad Certified Refurbished Condition for $140 with a 90-day warranty at Best Buy. Normally up to $179, today’s deal is among the best pricing that we’ve tracked all-time and is only the second price drop that we’ve seen. Pixel Buds can function independently from each other, allowing you to use either one while the other is charging. These high-end headphones aim to offer quite a few great features, like all-day battery, built-in Google Assistant, and best of all, Adaptive Sound.

Acer’s Chromebook Spin 311 drops to $219

Walmart offers the Acer 11-inch Chromebook Spin 311 for $219. Typically fetching $299, today’s offer is good for a 26% discount, beats our previous mention by $60, and marks the best price we’ve tracked to date. Featuring a 2-in-1 design, Acer’s Chromebook Spin 311 lives up to its name with a 360-degree folding hinge and 11-inch touchscreen display. Alongside 32GB of onboard storage and 4GB of RAM, you’re looking at 15-hour battery life and a USB-C port that’s supplemented by a USB-A slot.

Best trade-in deals

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