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Find a phone for every taste in the week's best phone deals. Whether you prefer iOS, or you're on Team Android, we've got you covered.

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Find a phone for every taste in the week's best phone deals. Whether you prefer iOS, or you're on Team Android, we've got you covered. Save big on an open-box Galaxy S7, refurb LG G3, and more.

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Refurb Unlocked iPhone 5s 16GB GSM Smartphone
Store: Mobilepros1 via eBay
Price: $158.99
Shipping: Free shipping
Lowest By: $11

In need of a smartphone, but don't want to spend a fortune? Grab this refurbished iPhone 5s for GSM networks for less than $200. This highly-rated device might be a few years old, but it's still a solid choice. And at $159, it's the best price we could find for a refurb by $11.

Please note: No warranty information is provided.

Open-Box Unlocked Galaxy S7 32GB GSM Android Smartphone
Store: QualityCellz via eBay
Price: $429.99
Shipping: Free shipping
Lowest By: $99

Called 2016's "phone to beat" by CNET, this open-box Samsung Galaxy S7 is at the lowest price we've seen unlocked. This 32GB model is for Sprint and other GSM carriers, and is an Editors' Choice pick. It's the best deal now for an open-box unit by $99.

It features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 2.2GHz quad-core processor, 5.1" 2560x1440 touchscreen AMOLED LCD, 4GB RAM, 32GB internal storage, 12-megapixel rear-facing camera, 5-megapixel front-facing camera, 4K UHD 2160p video recording, 802.11ac wireless, Bluetooth 4.2, microSD card slot, water resistance, and Android 6.0 (Marshmallow). Note that this item may have cosmetic blemishes.

Refurb LG G3 32GB No-Contract Android Smartphone for Verizon
Store: QuickShip Electronics via eBay
Price: $109.99
Shipping: Free shipping
Lowest By: $109

If you're looking for a decent no-contract smartphone, this refurb LG G3 for Verizon is a great option. It earned a notable rating of 8.7 from CNET, where it was praised for solid call quality and LTE speeds, plus a sharp display.

It features a 2.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, 5.5" 1440x2560 touchscreen display, 3GB RAM, 32GB flash memory, 4G LTE connectivity, 13-megapixel rear camera, 2.1-megapixel front camera, microSD slot, and Android 4.4.2 (KitKat). Note that no warranty information is provided.

Refurb Galaxy S6 32GB Android Smartphone for Verizon
Store: Mywit via eBay
Price: $289.99
Shipping: Free shipping
Lowest By: $60

The "first great smartphone of 2015" is still a winning choice today. Score this refurbished Samsung Galaxy S6 for Verizon at the lowest price we've seen. This phone earned high praise for its design, including an improved fingerprint reader over the previous generation.

Features include a 5.1" 2560x1440 QHD AMOLED touchscreen LCD, Exynos 7420 octa-core processor (Cortex-A53 1.5GHz quad-core and Cortex-A57 2.1GHz quad-core), 3GB RAM, 32GB internal storage, 802.11ac wireless, 16-megapixel rear-facing camera, 4K UHD 2160p video recording, and Android 5.0 OS (Lollipop). A 30-day Mywit warranty applies.

Motorola Moto E Prepaid Android Smartphone for Boost
Store: Walmart
Price: $29.88
Shipping: In-store pickup, or $4.97 s&h
Lowest By: $10

This Motorola Moto E for Boost Mobile is perfect for kids, or for those that just want a basic smartphone. CNET gave it a decent rating of 7.0, but this phone really shines in its affordability. It's good for the essentials, but don't expect it to boast a noteworthy camera or battery life.

It features a 4.5" touchscreen LCD, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 8GB internal memory (expandable to 32GB), 5-megapixel rear-facing camera, Bluetooth, and Android 5.0 (Lollipop) OS.

This article first appeared at DealNews.

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