We're smack-dab in the middle of the new phone-announcement season. While you'll have to shell out quite a bit for the latest hardware, some previous models -- including recent releases -- are getting price cuts. Head on past the break to peruse the handful we've selected, catering to iOS, Android and Windows Phone sensibilities along the way.
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HTC One (2013) Google Play Edition
Regular Price: $599
Engadget Score: 92 (Regular Model)
Buy: Google Play
With a new unskinned HTC One now available from Google, last year's model is seeing a $100 discount. So if you're after a pure Android experience on an unlocked handset, here's a chance to nab up a phone that we've become quite smitten with since its release.
Price: Free (on-contract)
Regular Price: $50
Engadget Score: 87
Buy: Best Buy
If you don't mind your 16GB iPhone sporting a coat of white, and you happen to be an AT&T customer, Best Buy is offering the iPhone 5c for free with a two-year agreement. Not sure if you should opt for the 5c over the 5s? Consult our Compare tool to see how they differ.
Nokia Lumia 1520
Price: $100 (on-contract)
Regular Price: $200
Engadget Score: 86
Engadget Senior Mobile Editor Brad Molen touted the Lumia 1520 as "the best Windows Phone device yet" when we reviewed it back in November. The Nokia handset is seeing a pretty handsome discount on AT&T, for those willing to opt in for two years. And according to our Price History tool, this is on par with the lowest rate we've seen in the last 90 days.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3
Price: $150 (on-contract)
Regular Price: $300
Engadget Score: 87
Folks who are Verizon faithful and prefer super-sized smartphones may want to have a look here. The Galaxy Note 3 now has a price tag of $150 on-contract with Big Red. For those keeping score at home, that's half off the on-contract price when it arrived back in the fall. It's also the lowest rate our Price History tool has tallied for the device over the past three months.