Get an Android phone for £99! Samsung, Motorola and Pixel prices slashed – Express

Android deal Black Friday
Black Friday is almost upon us with the big sale event kicking off in just a few days’ time. Although the largest savings are expected to be revealed on November 25, many of the UK’s main retailers have already cut costs and it’s very good news for anyone wanting to buy a new Android phone.
Amazon has slashed the price of Android devices with some phones now starting from as little as £99 in the Black Friday sales. There’s plenty to choose from including handsets from Samsung, Google, Motorola and OnePlus!
Amazon is offering a bunch of devices – including models from Samsung, Motorola and OnePlus – at discounted prices with some now starting from under £100. That low cost is for the Motorola E20 which features a triple-lens camera, 6.5-inch screen and a massive 5,000mAh battery which should keep you connected for days without needing a recharge.
Along with that budget device, there’s also £100 off Google’s Pixel phones and £50 off the all-new Nothing Phone (1) making this top-rated device even more affordable. If you fancy joining the foldable revolution you’re in luck as Amazon has knocked over £600 off the price of the Galaxy Fold3 which includes a giant 7.6-inch display that can be snapped in half.
If you think it’s time to switch to something new then here are all the best Android deals from Amazon’s Black Friday sale.Nothing phoneBEST ANDROID DEALS FROM AMAZON
Motorola E30 – NOW £99.99 – SAVE £10
FEATURES: 6.5-inch 90Hz screen, 5,000mAh battery, triple camera
SEE THE DEAL HERE
Motorola G62 – NOW £169.99 – SAVE £28
FEATURES: 6.5-inch 90Hz screen, 5G technology, triple camera
SEE THE DEAL HERE
Google Pixel 6a – NOW £299.99 – SAVE £100
FEATURES: 6.1-inch screen, Tensor processor, fast charging
SEE THE DEAL HERE
Samsung Galaxy M53 – NOW £339.99 – SAVE £100
FEATURES: 6.7-inch 90Hz screen, 5,000mAh battery, quad camera
SEE THE DEAL HEREBest Android dealsSamsung Galaxy A52s – NOW £279.99 – SAVE £90
FEATURES: 6.5-inch AMOLED screen, 4,500mAh battery, triple camera
SEE THE DEAL HERE
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G – NOW £599 – SAVE £150
FEATURES: Dynamic AMOLED screen, Triple lens camera, 5G data speeds
SEE THE DEAL HERE
OnePlus 10T 5G – NOW £489 – SAVE £140
FEATURES: 6.7-inch 120Hz screen, Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor, 5G data speeds
SEE THE DEAL HERE
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 – NOW £989.99 – SAVE £610
FEATURES: 7.6-inch AMOLED foldable screen, triple camera, S Pen stylus
SEE THE DEAL HERE
Of course, Amazon isn’t the only retailer that is slashing prices. Argos has launched its early sale which includes its lowest ever prices on a range of products and Currys is offering some lucky customers a free TV. There are also big deals on gadgets from Sonos and Apple has announced that its offers will start on Friday with free Gift Cards dished out when buying iPhones, MacBooks and iPads.
Want to know more about all the best upcoming deals? Read our in-depth guide to the  with early deals, top tips and how to spot a bargain.
Plus check out the full list of deals that are already live below.




Black Friday was started in the United States as a way for retailers to drum-up extra sales ahead of the holidays. The one-day sales event would see millions of people queue up outside high street shops to secure the best Black Friday deals, dubbed “doorbusters”. Held on the first Friday after the Thanksgiving celebrations, Black Friday is no longer confined to the shores of the United States – it has become a global phenomenon.
Want to know more about all the best upcoming deals? Read our in-depth guide to the  with early deals, top tips and how to spot a bargain.
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