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Walmart Black Friday 2013 Ad Reveals Quite a Few Android Deals

Even though we have more than two weeks remaining until the highly-anticipated day full of discounts and special offers, the Walmart Black Friday 2013 ad is now available on the retailer’s website. The 40-page ad lists hundreds of discounted products, but we’ve been able to find tons of appealing deals involving Android products.

Walmart will be hosting three different events for Black Friday 2013, two of them starting on Thanksgiving Day (November 28) at 6 PM and 8 MP, respectively. The Walmart Black Friday event will kick off on November 29 at 8 AM.

Unfortunately, there are no Android deals available for the event starting November 28 at 6 PM, but you’ll find plenty more in the 8 PM November 28 and 8 AM November 29 events.

Starting 8 PM on Thanksgiving Day you will be able to purchase the 8 GB RCA 7 tablet and case for $49, 8 GB HP Android tablet for $89, and 16GB Trio Stealth 10.1 and 8GB Nabi 2 for $99 each. The 16 GB variant of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 will also get a price cut off during Walmart’s Thanksgiving Day deals, from $359 to $299.

During the same event you will also be able to grab the Samsung Galaxy S3 off-contract with Straight Talk for only $299 and the Galaxy Legend for $35 with two-year Verizon agreement.

As expected, the American retailer has kept all the great deals for the Black Friday day. On November 29 starting 8 AM you can get your hands on a $99 Samsung Galaxy S4 (two-year agreement with AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon involved).

You can also get the Verizon Galaxy S3 for a under a buck, the Moto X at $49 with two-year AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon contract, or the $79 Samsung Galaxy Mega from AT&T. These three smartphones also come with a $100 Walmart Gift Card.

On Walmart Black Friday 2013 deals you will also be able to trade-in your smartphone and get up to $300 in-store credit towards the purchase of a new smartphone.

You can find the full Walmart Black Friday 2013 ad on the retailer’s website. Did we miss any other interesting Android deals? Please let us know in comments.