One prime day a year isn’t enough, so welcome to Round Two. Amazon UK has slashed prices for a large variety of products during a 48-hour shopping period. Here are some of the best smartphone (and smartwatch) deals we’ve found.
Apple stopped selling iPhone 13 Pro models as 14 Pro alternatives arrived. And while the 2022 models are a solid upgrade, their pricing can make you pause. You can get iPhone 13 Pro (256GB) for £980 (Note that only some colors are part of the promotion.) For comparison, the iPhone 14 Pro (256GB) is priced at £1,210.
Apple iPhone 13 Pro • Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max
The larger iPhone 13 Pro Max – the 1TB model – is part of the action and could be yours £1,380 (or a little more for certain colors). Unfortunately, smaller memory capacities are not part of Prime’s offering, but this one is good for those who need to carry huge amounts of data but don’t or can’t use cloud storage.
Apple has lost faith in the mini form factor, but we don’t know you all have it. It’s not the latest version, but iPhone 12 mini (256GB) is available for £610. Unlike the Pros, the iPhone 13 mini is still available, although a 256GB unit costs £760. While you’re at it, you can also pick up a silicone case (with MagSafe support) for 12 small devices £30 Or one for the 13 Pro Max too £30.
Apple iPhone 12 mini
If you’re in the market for a smartwatch, last year’s Apple Watch Series 7 (41mm, GPS) is available for £34045mm model £360. If you want cellular connectivity, the Watch Series 7 41mm units start at £370.
Apple Watch Series 7
There are many 5G connected Samsung devices available for cheap. Galaxy A53 5G drops to 250 GBP. Some prefer the Galaxy A52s 5G because it is equipped with a Snapdragon 778G processor (instead of the Exynos 1280), but it costs more – £300. The Galaxy M53 has a larger 6.7-inch screen (versus the 6.5-inch on the A53), a 108-megapixel main camera (versus 64-megapixels), as well as a Dimensity 900 chipset, you can choose one of them £340.
Samsung Galaxy A53 5G • Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G • Samsung Galaxy M53
Samsung Galaxy A32 5G • Samsung Galaxy M23 • Samsung Galaxy M33
Unfortunately, foldable devices are still a bit pricey, but you can try the Galaxy Z Flip3 (128GB) for £500half of what you’d pay for a Z Flip4 (if you need more storage, the 256GB Z Flip3 is the 550 GBP). The larger Galaxy Z Fold3 is also available – £1000 For a 256 GB phone, 1100 GBP With a capacity of 512 GB.
Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G
The Galaxy Watch4 Classic, featuring a rotating bezel, is now £160 For 42mm Bluetooth model and you can get the 4G version for £200. The bigger 46mm version with 4G is £310. A vanilla Galaxy Watch4 (40mm, Bluetooth) is also available, but see how it is £150We’d love to pay an extra £10 and get the rotating bezel.
Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Classic • Samsung Galaxy Watch4
You can add accessories to your new phone with the extension £99 Galaxy Buds Live and SmartTag+ bundle (this is the case with UWB).
What do you think of the Pixel 7 series? If it’s not a huge upgrade, here are some deals for the previous generation. It’s pretty simple – grab the phone and you’ll get a pair of Pixel Buds A.
The Pixel 6 (128 GB) has been downgraded to £475The Pixel 7 can be pre-ordered for £600. Pixel 6 Pro has a telephoto camera, 120Hz screen and its cost £725 (128 GB). Finally, there’s a cheap (but still Tensor-powered and 5G-connected) Pixel 6a phone. 350 GBP (128 GB).
Google Pixel 6 • Google Pixel 6 Pro • Google Pixel 6a
The Sony Xperia 1 IV paired with the WH-100XM4 over-ear noise-canceling headphones is ready to grab if you have £1150 to distract. If you’re buying from the official Sony store you’ll spend £1,150 on a phone and these are some of the best ANC headphones money can buy. You can also choose the older Xperia 1 III for £850but we’re not sure it’s worth it since you don’t get headphones with this model.
Sony Xperia 1 IV • Sony Xperia 1 III
If you want something cheaper, Xperia 10 IV is the best 350 GBPThis mid-ranger has mostly clean Android, a 2x remote camera, a 3.5mm jack and microSD slot, plus a 5,000mAh battery in a body just 67mm wide.
Sony Xperia 10 IV
The Sony Xperia Pro-I isn’t a typical consumer phone, but it can take some amazing photos with its image sensor borrowed from the RX100 cameras. If you need one, you can have it 1100 GBP.
Sony Xperia Pro-I
It’s not the latest model, but the OnePlus 9 Pro is still a very capable phone and it starts from £500 (This is for 8/128GB model). His brother, OnePlus 9, dropped to £370 (8/128GB), not a bad price for the Snapdragon 888.
OnePlus 9 Pro • OnePlus 9 • OnePlus Nord CE 2 5G
xiaomi / poco
There are no flagships unfortunately but plenty of cheap deals. Xiaomi 11T Pro (with Snapdragon 888, 8 / 256GB) costs £380 And it competes with the OnePlus 9. It has a 108MP main camera (versus 48MP, but similar sensor sizes), although its ultrawide isn’t that impressive. However, the battery is 5000 mAh / 120 watts versus 4500 mAh / 65 watts.
Xiaomi 11T Pro
Then there is the Redmi Note 11 for £150. You can choose Redmi 10 2022 for £115 Alternatively, if you are fine with a 90Hz LCD screen instead of a 90Hz AMOLED. The two are very similar in terms of the camera, but the Redmi charges its 5,000mAh battery faster (33W vs. 18W).
Xiaomi Redmi Note 11 • Xiaomi Redmi 10 2022
Poco M4 Pro (not 5G) for £135 Similar to Redmi, but with Helio G96 instead of Snapdragon 680.
Xiaomi Poco M4 Pro
The Amazon Prime Early Access Sale will run for two days starting today and includes so much more than smartphones – find all the deals over here. You’ll need a Prime subscription to get the listed prices (Tolkien fans can watch rings of strength while picking up the phone).
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