At $700, you’d have to be crazy to buy the Essential Phone. At $399.99, you’d have to be crazy not to. Amazon has a killer sale going right now that slashes another $100 off the already reduced price of the Essential PH-1. As most Android fans will likely know from having read the reviews, Essential’s first phone is a fantastic handset that was doomed by a sky-high price tag and a lack of sales support from wireless carriers. It’s still a fantastic phone though, and now you can have it at a fraction of its launch price. Amazon is offering the Essential Phone in Black Moon with 128GB of storage for just $399.99, but this price is only good for a limited time. It’s factory unlocked so it’ll work on any network, so grab one while you can!

Here are some highlights from the product page:

  • The Essential Phone is expertly crafted using titanium and ceramic, with an edge-to-edge Full Display and uses the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 835
  • Edge-to-edge Full Display – With the stunning edge-to-edge Full Display on the Essential Phone there’s finally a large-screen device that fits comfortably in the palm of your hand; Water and Dust Resistant
  • The world’s thinnest dual camera system – The camera system consists of color and monochrome sensors to capture up to 200% more light than traditional phone cameras. This results in stunning images that are rich in color and detail, even in low light.
  • Accessories that simply click – With the phone’s revolutionary magnetic connector, accessories can easily attach to your device so it’s future-proof and always up-to-date.
  • Android 8.1 Oreo now available! Improves phone and camera performance. And it adds lots of useful, new features like Picture-in-Picture, Smart text selection, and more.

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