Fancy it? Argos on eBay has knocked 26% off, so that’s £161.99 for a brand new Nokia Lumia 1320 with 12-month warranty.
With the “Flagship Killer” OnePlus One being one of the highlights of 2014, it’s a no-brainer that one of the phones we’re most looking forward to in 2015 is the inevitable OnePlus Two.
Details are still relatively scarce at this stage, but a fresh report suggests we should expect a premium metal design, alongside a premium price tag.
Pop into your local Superdrug, and you might just find it for 99p. Originally spotted in Southampton.
Includes 1x mini USB cable and 1x micro USB adapter, and promises up to 3 hours extra talk time for smartphones.
If you’re looking to beef up your removable smartphone storage, you could do worse – so much worse – than this Transcend Premium class 10 32GB microSD card, currently £10.68 delivered at Amazon.
Comes with a free SD adapter. Transfer speeds up to 45MB/s.
Hey! Are you struggling to keep up with the three different Motorola Moto Gs, with the different display sizes, and the 4G and the 3G, and the microSD slot – or lack thereof?
Well, things are potentially about to get a little more confusinger, with the introduction of a fourth model, specifically a 2015 version of the Motorola Moto G 2014.
This is the lowest price ever on Amazon, and a decent saving over the current RRP of £103.32. I speak of the Nokia Lumia 630, currently £69.95 SIM free on Amazon. Come to entry-level daddy.
Nokia Lumia 630 specs include a 4.5in display (480 x 854) with Gorilla Glass 3, quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor, 512MB of RAM, 8GB expandable storage (welcoming microSD cards up to 128GB), 5MP rear camera, 1,830mAh battery, and Windows Phone 8.1 with Cortana personal assistant.
That's the Amazon Kindle eReader for £49 at John Lewis.
Amazon Kindle eReader specs include 4GB internal storage, and a touch display for easy navigation.
HTC, Samsung, LG, Motorola, Asus… We’ve seen various manufacturers take the Nexus reins over the years, but one thing missing from that list is a Chinese manufacturer (no, Motorola doesn’t count).
Rumour has it we can finally expect a Chinese Nexus smartphone later this year, and once again we’re told it’ll be Huawei at the helm.
What am I rambling on about? Well, head over to Google Play and you can only bloomin’ download Coldplay’s “Ghost Stories” for free.
Typical; you wait weeks and weeks for an iPad Pro rumour, and two come along at once. Not that we’re complaining!
The first report suggests Apple iPad Pro production has been “delayed” till later in the year, while a second report relays some rather interesting iPad Pro specs.
But I can start righting that particular wrong today, with this Fast & Furious freebie deal at Google Play. It's free to buy and keep - not just rent! And in HD, too!
This is the 2009 film, not to be confused with The Fast and The Furious.
Considering the massive design change introduced with the iPhone 6 (in particular: leaping from 4in on the iPhone 5s to 4.7in and 5.5in), we aren’t expecting anything particularly jaw-dropping from the iPhone 6S – not in terms of design, at least.
Inside, however, the iPhone 6S might mark two rather significant changes, specifically double the RAM of the iPhone 6, and the ability to switch networks at will.
App prices on both the App Store and Google Play are constantly changing, and as such it’s easy to miss a sweet freebie or temporary bargain. Good idea, then, to check out our daily roundup of the best free apps and app discounts for iOS and Android!
The highlight of today's free apps and app discounts is the astoundingly popular My Talking Pet, which takes a picture of your cat or dog or hamster or whatever, and makes it look like it's talking. It's now free!
There are plenty of game discounts, too, and if that's not your thing, we've got you covered with highly-rated apps for contact syncing, cardio, and document management.
They are the 8GB iPhone 5c (was £319, now £240) and Sony Xperia Z3 Compact (was £349.99, now £239.99).
Minimum £10 top-up required in either case.
You might remember the Samsung Galaxy S5 came bundled with $500 of freebies last year, and this year Galaxy S6 adopters will get a ship-ton of free apps and subscriptions, too.
A list of 22 free ‘Galaxy Gifts’ has been revealed as we patiently await the Samsung Galaxy S6 release on April 10.
Cheap Windows tablet? Right here! Check out the Toshiba Encore mini Windows 8.1 tablet, formerly £85.14, now £49.98 at Ebuyer. Also includes 12 months of Microsoft Office 365 Personal.
Toshiba Encore mini specs include a 7in display (1024 x 600), quad-core Intel Atom processor, 1GB of RAM, 2MP rear camera, 0.3MP front camera, and 16GB expandable storage.
Last we heard LG was taking its time getting the G4 right, and now we’re told the G4 will be “radically different” – that’s according to a report from the manufacturer’s home turf.
You can currently grab the Xperia Z Ultra from Expansys on Rakuten for £214.99, with discount code MARGIFT20 bringing you down to £194.99 delivered. Sah-weet.
This seems to be the sexiest price around at the moment, specifically £469.99 SIM free from mobilephonesdirect.co.uk.
At the end of January I penned Apple vs. Samsung in 4Q14: too close to call, with the iPhone seemingly shipping round about the same number as Samsung’s combined Galaxy army.
Now Gartner is chiming in with its own figures, suggesting that Apple did indeed take the top spot in global smartphone manufacturers for the final quarter of 2014.