The best Black Friday phone deals: The best deals on iPhones, flip phones (yes, flip phones), and more

We’re calling it now—this year’s Black Friday phone deals are not to be missed! Don’t miss your chance to save on electronics from some of the top name brands.

Communication and connection are key to survival right now, more than ever. So there’s really no better time for a brand new phone! The best Black Friday phone deals are in, and they landed weeks before November 27 this year. Major retailers like Best Buy, Walmart, and Amazon are running deals on a variety of phones, from Apple to Android, to flip phones and Jitterbugs for the simpler communicators on your gift list. We’re keeping a running list of them here.

If you don’t find your perfect gift below, bookmark this page and check back with us. We’re doing regular updates on the best Black Friday phone deals until all the sales are over.

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The Best Black Friday phone and accessory deals 2020

Tada! We’ve got the best Black Friday phone and accessories deals available right now. Don’t wait—some of these are going to sell out fast.

Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G | Factory Unlocked Android Cell Phone | 128 GB—Now $550 (was $700)

Motorola Moto G Fast Unlocked (32GB)—Now $150 (was $200)

Moto G Power | 3-Day Battery1 | Unlocked 4/64GB—Now $180 (was $250)

Nokia 1.3 Unlocked (16GB)—Now $80 (was $100)

Motorola Moto G Stylus Unlocked (128GB)—Now $200 (was $300)

PhoneSoap – Basic UV-C Sanitizer—Now $35 (was $50)

GreatCall – Lively Flip Cell Phone for Seniors—Now $50 (was $100)

Consumer Cellular Postpaid Samsung A21 (32GB)—Now $160 (was $180)

Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G Unlocked (128GB)—$250 Gift Card with Purchase

HiBoost Cell Phone Signal Booster up to 1,000-4,000 Sq.Ft—Now $290 (was $400)

Samsung – Galaxy A51 5G 128GB (Unlocked)—$300 (was $400). Samsung’s Galaxy A51 has a huge 6.5-inch display, which runs smoothly thanks to its Octa-core processor and whopping six gigs of RAM. Its camera operates well in low light and this quick-charging device is compatible with 5G networks.

Samsung – Galaxy S10 Lite with 128GB Memory Cell Phone (Unlocked)—$450 (was $600). This Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite is unlocked, meaning you can use it with virtually any U.S. carrier. In addition to its three cameras, this model has 128GB of internal storage, plus the ability to insert a microSD card for even greater capacity.

Samsung – Galaxy Note10 256GB (save about $22/month). The Samsung Galaxy Note10 features a 16MP rear-facing camera and a 10MP front-facing camera. Its ultrasonic fingerprint sensor is built right into the screen, giving you more real-estate for viewing and apps. It comes with a stylus—the S Pen—and uses AI to learn your habits and optimize the battery life of the phone.

LG – Stylo 6 64GB (Unlocked)—$190 (was $300). The LG Stylo 6 features three rear cameras, plus a 13-megapixel front-facing camera. It only has 64GB of internal memory, but a dedicated microSD slot is compatible with cards up to 2TB. Google Assistant is built-in so you can search with your voice, as is Google Lens, which allows you to search for information with the phone’s cameras.

LG – G8X ThinQ Dual Screen with 128GB Memory Cell Phone (Unlocked)—$400 (was $500). If display space is important to you, check out the foldable LG G8X ThinQ. It supports quick-charing, is rated IP68 against dust, dirt, and water, and has a 32-megapixel front-facing camera. This unlocked model is compatible with all major U.S. carriers.

Google – Pixel 4a 128GB (Unlocked)—$300 (was $350). The universally unlocked Google Pixel 4a lasts up to 24 hours on a single charge and adapts to provide more power to apps you use commonly. It has a 24-bit depth, always-on screen and can automatically transcribe audio with the Pixel Recorder app.

mophie – Powerstation 8,000 mAh Portable Charger for Most USB-Enabled Devices—$15 (was $50). Never get caught with a dead battery again. Mophie’s Powerstation portable charger has ports for both USB-C and USB-A cables and can charge multiple devices at once. The USB-C port also functions to juice up the device.

iPhone 12—Save up to $900 with trade-in. Chances are, you may have heard about the new iPhone 12. It boasts 5G speed, a full-screen OLED display, and Night mode on every camera, including wide-angle, so you can avoid using flash when you’re out. If you prefer your screens on the diminutive side, pick up the iPhone 12 Mini instead. At 5.4 inches, it’s snug enough to fit comfortably in your palm, no thumb stretches required.

LIVELY FLIP PHONE FOR SENIORS—SAVE $50. Maybe your mom doesn’t need FaceTime, Instagram, Twitter or Tinder (although who’s to say?). If that’s the case, this GreatCall Lively Flip Phone, in cherry red or classic grey, might just be the buy for her. An easy-to-read interface shows the date and time at a glance, and it even connects to Amazon Alexa to get the weather. In case of emergency, the phone features a dedicated “Urgent Response” button. Some packages allow your loved one to call a caretaker or medical professional with no appointment or co-pay necessary.

JITTERBUG PREPAID—SAVE $75. Maybe your dad wants to ditch the flip phone, but avoid the extras that come with an iPhone. This prepaid smartphone from Jitterbug comes equipped with an easy-to-read interface that is, frankly, massive, and features a front-facing speaker so your father or grandparents won’t ask you to repeat yourself 17 times on any given phone call. This one also comes equipped with an Urgent Response button with select packages.

SPECK PHONE HOLDER—50 PERCENT OFF. Keep your phone from slipping out of your grasp again with the Speck Phone Holder, available in a far-out galaxy print or a cutesy floral. This is also a great gift for kids with new phones, if you want to keep those screens from face-planting.