The best Android phones can come with big price tags, that’s why we round up the best Android deals each week. These are the best Android deals as of February 3, 2020.

Best Android deals:

#1 Android Deal

Google Pixel 4 Discount: Save $690

Online only! Get the Google Pixel 4 64GB for $5/month after monthly bill credits when you buy this device on monthly installments and add a new line on an eligible plan ($80/month or higher). You wind up paying only $150 in total for Google’s flagship device.


  • Get Google’s latest release for $150 after monthly bill credits.
  • You have access to AT&T’s robust network.
  • No trade-in required.


  • Some budget-minded customers may be hesitant to sign up for a plan that costs $80/month.

#2 Android Deal

Google Pixel 4 Trade-In: Save $700

For a limited time, you can trade in an eligible device and Verizon will give you up to $500 off the Pixel 4 or 4XL. If you switch to Verizon on an unlimited plan, they’ll throw in a $200 Prepaid Mastercard, dropping the price of the Pixel 4 from $800 to $100.


  • The Pixel 4 is one of the hottest phones on the market right now.
  • The Pixel 4 has awesome features, like super-fast wireless charging, an incredible camera, including Astrophotography capabilities, and a smarter-than-ever Google Assistant.
  • Verizon’s LTE network has the most coverage in the country.


  • You may wind up getting far less than $500 off, depending on your trade-in device.

#3 Android Deal

Samsung Galaxy Note10 and S10 Trade-In: Save Up to $900

You won’t want to miss out on this Verizon Samsung Galaxy deal!

  • Save $200 on the Samsung Galaxy Note10 or S10 series right off the bat.
  • Then, trade in an eligible smartphone and get up to $500 off your chosen device.
  • Plus if you add a new line on a Verizon unlimited plan, you’ll get an additional $200 Prepaid Mastercard.


  • Benefit from Verizon’s top network coverage.
  • The Samsung Galaxy devices are incredible, feature-packed phones that any Android fan will love.


  • Verizon’s unlimited plans are some of the most expensive on the market.

#4 Android Deal

Samsung Galaxy S10 Discount: Save Up to $495

For a limited time, you can get the Samsung Galaxy S10 for only $10/month through Sprint. All you have to do is lease this device through Flex Lease and add a new line of service. Voila!


  • A flagship Samsung device for a steep discount.
  • It’s easy to take advantage of this deal.


  • Sprint’s network covers just 27% of the nation.

#5 Android Deal

LG G8X ThinQ Discount: Save $480

ONLINE ONLY! AT&T is offering the LG G8X ThinQ for FREE when you buy it on a monthly payment plan and add an eligible wireless plan ($80/month or more). The second screen is sold separately for just $199.99. Want to read what we think about this brand new dual-screen device? You can read our review here.


  • You get this flagship device for $200, which is a steal no matter which way you spin it.
  • You get to have one of the few phones that has not one but two screens.


  • The price of an $80/month phone plan may be a deterrent for some customers trying to keep costs down.

#6 Android Deal

Free Samsung Galaxy A20: Save $240

For a limited time, when you switch to Metro by T-Mobile and port in your current number, you will get the Samsung Galaxy A20 for FREE. The Galaxy A20 isn’t one of the best Android phones around, but if you’re looking for a simple phone that will do the basics really well, this is it.


  • Metro by T-Mobile offers affordable phone plans that give you access to T-Mobile’s great 4G LTE network.
  • This phone is free after instant rebates (as opposed to via monthly billing credits).


  • This device isn’t going to dazzle you like some of the newer Samsung, Google, and LG devices.

#7 Android Deal

LG Stylo 5 Discount: Save $240

ONLINE OFFER ONLY! For a limited time, Verizon is offering the LG Stylo 5 for free when you buy the phone on a monthly payment plan. You must add a new line of service to qualify.


  • No trade-in required!
  • Service on Verizon’s superior 4G LTE network.
  • You’re free to add a line on whatever plan you want.
  • A free phone is always a good thing.


  • Honestly, none.