6 hot Cyber Monday 2015 Android tech deals

Walmart, Best Buy, Target and even Toys R Us peddling Android gadgets on Cyber Monday 2015

6 hot Cyber Monday 2015 Android tech deals

While Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals on Apple products can be a little hard to come by, those for Android smartphones, tablets and more are plentiful.

Here's a quick look at a handful of Android Cyber Monday 2015 deals:

(Websites such as BFads.netBlackFriday.com and BestBlackFriday.com have all been helpful in collecting this information.) 

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Target: Samsung Galaxy S6 smartphone

Target is offering up to $400 in gift cards when you trade up and activate a new line of service on the Galaxy S6, which you can get for $0 down or buy for $50 and sign a two-year Verizon or Sprint contract.

Best Buy: Samsung Galaxy S6 smartphone

$250 gift card with any Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 edge or S6 edge+ with Sprint lease or monthly installment plan for Verizon Wireless, AT&T or Sprint. Or, pay $1 for the phone if you sign on for a 2-year agreement with Verizon or Sprint.

Google Store: Nexus 5X smartphone

Google is cutting the price of its 16GB model to $300 and 32GB model to $350, an $80 savings. The phone has a 5.2-inch display, runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow and has a 12.3MP rear camera and 5MP front camera.

Toys R Us: Galaxy Tab 3 Lite Kids

The retailer is slicing the price of the Samsung Galaxy Tab Lite Kids tablet from $150 to $100. 7-inch Android tablet comes packaged with trustworthy educational apps from Sesame Street, National Geographic and others.

samsung kids tab Toys R Us/Samsung

Samsung Galaxy Tab Lite Kids tablet

Motorola.com: Moto X smartphone

The vendor is offering its Moto X 2nd generation 64GB smartphone for $300, which is $100 off. This no-contract device is powered by Android 5.0 Lollipop.

Walmart: Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 tablet

This 7-incher, normally priced at $170, has been marked down to $120. The touchscreen tablet has 8GB of storage and comes in black or white.

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