Stuck with a banged up, out-of-date smartphone? You’re in luck: Cyber Monday 2018 has arrived…
Some of the UK’s biggest tech retailers are slashing their prices on iPhones, Androids and the like, meaning you could be in with a chance of nabbing a bargain.
The first deals of the day are below, followed by some great discounts we found earlier. And if these don’t float your boat, we’ll be updating the page as more come in…
What are the best Cyber Monday smartphone deals from Amazon UK?
If you’re game to buy a contract-less smartphone outright, Amazon is one of your best ports of call this Cyber Monday.
The top offer today is a 128 GB Samsung Galaxy S9, the latest offering from the Japanese tech company’s Android range, which has been reduced from £869 to £769. It’s got face recognition technology and a dual aperture camera, which helps to drastically improve the quality of photos taken at nighttime or in low light.
What are the best Cyber Monday smartphone deals from Argos?
If Amazon doesn’t have what you’re looking for, Argos has a great selection of SIM-free smartphones to choose from, too.
The pick of the bunch is the Motorola Moto G6 Play, which boasts 32 hours of battery life, a 13 megapixel rapid focus camera and HD display. You can buy it for £129.95 (down £20) by clicking the link below.
SIM Free Motorola Moto G6 Play Mobile Phone – £149.95, £129.95 – View deal
What are the best Cyber Monday smartphone deals from Currys PC World?
There’s also electrical goods retailer Currys PC World, who have dropped prices on a range of smartphones from the likes of Apple, Motorola and Huawei.
Most notably, they’re offering a 64 GB iPhone X for £799 (down from £899). The latest iPhone has remarkable facial recognition technology (which means you can unlock it with a hard stare), impressive 4K video and 3d emojis, if you like that sort of thing…
SOLD OUT HUAWEI Mate 20 Lite – 64 GB – £379, £299 – View deal
SOLD OUT HONOR 9 Lite – 32 GB – £169, £119 – View deal
This page will be updated as new deals become available…
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