Since all of the prices of the other items on the page end in “.99” I would say that it could be a mistake. However, the red “Priced Right” comment may be a snide remark indicating that it’s not a mistake.
The other possibility may be an SEO and marketing trick. You will see this on ebay. When an item is out of stock, venders will inflate the price for a reason unknown to me.
It does also mention that the device ships Android 6, so could it be old stock with information stored in a database format that causes errors on the current website? That wouldn’t explain the “priced right” mark though.
I’ve always assumed that’s a bot auto-matching demand/stock to price so if there’s a run on stock or say there’s only 1 left it might leave it at a ridiculous price upon sell out. I suppose it’s also a good tactic for making your stock look cheaper when it does come back.