This latest offer for the Huawei Ascend G7 undercuts the other listings out there by around £10, making an already reasonable price tag even better. This mid-tier handset boasts an impressive battery life and large screen, although the resolution isn't top of the line at 720p. Still, it has fantastic specs for the price, so if you're not looking to spend around £500 on an Android handset this may well be the best choice. Thanks to mynameisthehulk @ HUKD!
With most listings still being over £500 for the UK model, this offer from Amazon is certainly worth highlighting. The lack of expandable memory and removeable battery is something of a downer, but otherwise the Galaxy S6 boasts impressive specs that are only just beaten by the Edge. It may well be a pricey investment, but as one of the best Android handsets out right now it's certainly worth the price. Thanks to seanrtkelly @ HUKD!
The latest reports suggest that we'll have to wait until July at the earliest for the OnePlus 2, but in the meantime OnePlus are doing a daily flash sale between June 1st-7th. There will be limited stock each day for both the 16 GB and 64 GB versions, but we've got the times stock will be refreshed on each day for you below.
Daily Sale Schedule:
- June 1 - 12:00 GMT
- June 2 - 2:00 GMT
- June 3 - 12:00 GMT
- June 4 - 2:00 GMT
- June 5 - 12:00 GMT
- June 6 - 2:00 GMT
- June 7 - 12:00 GMT
Thanks to dann2000 @ HUKD!
Here's the cheapest listing we've seen for a sim-free Google Nexus 6, and will net you a saving of around £30 overall. This particular phablet has garnered some positive reviews, praising its build quality, large screen, and improved 13MP camera. That said, the battery quality isn't up to expectations, and the premium price point has certainly put some people off. Hopefully this deal helps to ease that particular point, especially as you'll be able to update the OS to the newly announced Android M once it becomes available. Thanks to mvadhia @ HUKD!
While this deal doesn't beat the deal from Virgin Media (which is still available) the inclusion of a £20 voucher might be of interest to those who regularly shop with Tesco. It's also worth pointing out that it will be locked to Tesco Mobile, but those of you who would rather use a different network can always get an unlock code on eBay from as little as £2.
As for the phone, the re-released Moto G 2nd Gen. comes with 4G LTE, removing one of the biggest drawbacks from its otherwise well-received predecessor. The 8GB memory is a shame, but you can boost that by up to 32GB with a micro-SD card. Thanks to steve252 @ HUKD!
Pre-order the LG G4 Leather on O2 with 3GB of data, unlimited minutes and texts for £31pm via Mobiles.co.uk
To get this deal, you will need scroll down the page to find the correct plan, Don't forget to enter the code BANKHOL during the checkout stage, which removes the £20 handset price!
The specifications on the G4 leather backed handset are very impressive and have scored it some very good reviews so far . As LG's latest flagship device, the G4 sits up there with the HTC M9 and Samsung S6. Definitely worth considering! Specifications can be found Here
The Desire 510 has been up and down in price over the last month or two, although has now hit the £70 mark. It's not an upgrade offer and there is no need to purchase a top up voucher in order to get the offer price! Okay 480 x 854 isn't the best resolution, although the handset does represent pretty good value for money in other areas.
- OS - Android 4.4 KitKat
- 4G Enabled
- Screen size 4.7" 480 x 854 - 208ppi.
- Camera - 5 mega-pixel
- Micro SD slot
- CPU - Quad-core 1.2 GHz
Thanks samnai @HUKD for the tip
Vodafone have dropped the Xperia Z3 to just £300 for the bank holiday weekend! Which is currently over £70 cheaper than anywhere else. The spec list isn't to be sniffed at either, with a 5.2" screen, 20.7 mega-pixel camera, 3GB of RAM and quad core CPU running at 2.5GHz! The handset is of course well known for it's waterproof properties which along with the Z3 spec sheet, makes for a meaty bit of kit. Sony have faced criticism in the past over fairly regular handset releases with minimal changes under the hood. A fantastic upgrade especially if you have been waiting a while for a good deal to come around!
Check out the spec list Here
Thanks chriskrt @HUKD!
The EE Power Bar initiative has been doing well since it began last month, with EE customers able to swap their used portable charging units for full ones at their nearest store for a one-time fee of 35p. With EE being the technology partner for this year's Glastonbury festival - as well as providing a 4G network for the site - they have announced that they will be bringing the Power Bar scheme along as well, expecting over 200,000 swaps to take place.
Considering how the Power Bars were originally trialled at last year's festival, it's a smart move by EE to bring it back for another year to help ease the queues to traditional charging stations. That said, the scheme will still only be available on the cheap to EE customers, as other network users will have to pay £20 for the privilege.
Now, while that isn't too bad a price for an endless exchange of Power Bars, the Mobot top tip for the day would be to get hold of an EE sim card for cheap. Here's a couple of sim-only deal suggestions to get your own Power Bars for just 35p:
Here's a another repeat deal from Tesco that makes its return thanks to a new voucher code. Just input the code 'TDX-HGMR' at the checkout screen and it knocks the price down by a tenner, making it the cheapest deal for both items by £40. The Lumia 530 isn't the best WinPhone on the market, but the Linx 7 is a fine piece of kit for its size and price point. There's a year's subscription of Office 365 thrown in as well if you're looking to do some work on the go. Thanks to oUkTuRkEyIII @ HUKD!
Belkin are currently running the voucher code BBUK40 which knocks 40% off selected cables and charging solutions. Admittedly, you can probably get cheaper alternatives elsewhere, but if you're after Belkin products specifically - which are generally good quality items - this will give you some of the cheapest prices for items like the Dual Car Charger with USB to Lightning cable (which falls to £20.99) or the Micro USB to Lighting adaptor (which falls to £11.99). Head over to the Belkin Store for a complete list of items on offer. Thanks to goonertillidie for the find!
If you don’t own an Android device but have wanted to sample the delights of its app store, you can now do so on a PC or Mac with Chrome installed. Previously available to just developers, Google has now released its ARC Welder software to the general public, allowing anybody to download and / or purchase apps through the use of Google’s own browser.
Admittedly, there are many other alternatives available already, but official support from the Android creators is no doubt a welcome move, as is the ease of access for those who use Chrome already. You can get started by heading over to the ARC Welder page on the Chrome Store. Happydundee for the heads-up!
Here's an absolutely fantastic deal for the SoundMAGIC E10 earphones, with HiFI Headphones dropping the price down to the £20 mark. It beats the next cheapest deal by around a tenner. The glowing reviews for these earphones are well deserved, outperforming similar yet more expensive products. in short, you won't find better for the price. Thanks to ruariwiggin2 @ HUKD!
If you're looking for a cheap tablet or notebook laptop, you might want to head over to the Tesco website to see their latest deals. There is currently up to £50 off selected devices, with highlights including Tesco's own Hudl2 tablets falling to £99, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7 falling to £89, and the Asus MeMo Pad 7 now just £49. The offers will be running until 07/04/15 both on the Tesco website and in-store. Thanks to SpeedyG & goonertillidie for the heads-up!
BT finally launched its BT Mobile service last weekend, offering some very cheap SIM-only contracts in the process. Operating over EE’s network, the three available tariffs offer access to the BT Sport app, as well as BT’s extensive Wifi Hotspot service. The cheapest tariff offers 200 minutes, unlimited texts, and 500MB of data for £10, but existing BT broadband customers can make extra savings with the price reduced to just £5 a month. The best tariff, which includes unlimited calls and texts, and 20GB of data, will cost £20 a month for existing customers and £25 for new ones.
The BT Mobile contracts also come with a host of handy features, including account caps to ensure customers don’t spend more than they intend to, and the ability to upgrade to a better tariff without restarting the 12-month contract agreement. For more information on tariffs for both existing and new customers you can head over to the BT Mobile website.
Check out the Hipstreet Flare 3, down from £99.99 to £49.99 at Carphone Warehouse. Specs include a 9in display, quad-core processor, 8GB expandable storage, and a 2MP rear camera.Click here to read more...
If you’re not eligible for the Carphone Warehouse Lumia 435 PAYG upgrade deal, you might fancy this chap.
Microsoft is offering the Lumia 435 SIM free and unlocked for £49.99 – with no top-up required, obviously!Click here to read more...
To be clear, this is the Motorola Moto G 4G, not the first-gen Moto G (which didn’t have 4G or microSD), or the second-gen Moto G (which had microSD but not 4G), or the spanking new second-gen Moto G with 4G. Confused? Me too.Click here to read more...
This is looking like one of the best HTC One M9 contract deals at the moment, with no upfront cost, and a generous monthly allowance on EE. At £33.49 per month for 24 months, that’s £803.76 total over two years.
Each month, you’re getting unlimited minutes and texts, and a meaty 4GB 4G data allowance.Click here to read more...