List of CES devices announced via Flipsy

So, normally I sit around my computer during times of CES or the like and vigorously follow every announcement and bit of news.  Then, I usually like to make some sort of database.  For those of you who have been with me for a while, know how I love my databases.

Anywho, this year I was fairly distracted so didn't get the opportunity to be as vigilant as I had been in the past.

Luckily, Flipsy.com has made up a list for us.  Now, background on what Flipsy is, for those of you who may not know...


Flipsy.com is a site that lets you look up your phone and see what a 'going rate' for it should be.  So, if you're looking at a bunch of new phones and are wanting a change, but need to unload your old one, you can peruse through their list and see what the going rate is and if there are any interested 3rd party companies making offers.  If you like it, sell through there.  If you don't, well, now you have an idea of what you're up against when you go to throw it on your buy and sell group or swappa.


Now, it's an American company, so it's listing for USD and American carriers, but it's a good place to start your journey to selling your device.

So it makes sense for them to have built up a list of new devices for you to salivate over and get rid of your old one.  Thanks Flipsy

Anyways, on to the list.  Which are you most excited for?
(note, I've put links to where we've discussed the device)

Moviphone
  • Release date: Available now (6-week lead time)
  • Price: $599 USD
  • Release date: Available now
  • Price: $449.99
Huawei Mate 10 Pro
  • Release date: Feb. 4, 2018 (pre-order); shipping and limited store availability Feb. 18
  • Price: $799 USD; an edition designed by Porsche will also be available for $1,225 USD
 Honor View 10
  • Release date: First quarter 2018 (U.S. release)
  • Price: Projected to be under $500
Honor 7X
  • Release date: Pre-order now; shipping Jan. 25, 2018
  • Price: $200
Samsung Galaxy A8/A8 Plus
  • Release date: Available now in Asia, Europe and India; U.S. release expected in January 2018
  • Price: Anticipated to be in the $350 to $450 range
Alcatel 5/3/1 series
  • Release date: TBA; more details coming at Mobile World Congress in February
  • Price: Estimated $300 (Alcatel 5), $200 (Alcatel 3), and $100 or less (Alcatel 1)
  • Release date: February 2018
  • Price: $229
  • Release date: Feb. 18, 2018
  • Price: $350 (XA2), $450 (XA2 Ultra), and $250 (L2)
Nuu G3
  • Release date: Early Feb. 2018; pre-order now
  • Price: $199.99
LG V30 Raspberry Rose Edition
  • Release date: Will be available in South Korea, Asia, and parts of Europe; no immediate plans for a North American release
  • Price: $800 to $840 USD
Vivo (X 20 Plus UD)
  • Release date: Early 2018
  • Price: TBA
BlackBerry KeyOne Bronze Edition
  • Release date: Anticipated Q1 2018
  • Price: TBA
I hope you find this list helpful, and please let me know if I can help with any upcoming articles.
Thank you for considering!
Brian Morris
Flipsy.com
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