On the heels of that Droid Charge deal we covered few days ago, Amazon informed us about their latest offering. The online retailer has slashed prices for two additional 4G smartphones – Sprint’s Nexus S 4G and Verizon’s HTC Thunderbolt.
The first of the two is available for $0.01 for new users, which is a single cent more than what Best Buy offered on that one-day sale. Existing users, however, will have to shell out $99.99 to upgrade their contract.
As for the HTC Thunderbolt, new users will get it for $49.99, while those upgrading will pay $129.99. Moreover, if you’re upgrading and you’re also a part of a family account, you’ll have to pour out $189.99. No such complicated pricing comes with the Nexus S 4G, though.
Both phones come with big screens (Thunderbolt has a slightly bigger), enough RAM, but also a single-core processor. I guess that’s kinda expected with such low prices.