The Amazon Fire Phone has been heavily discounted, and is now available for purchase for just £99/$159.
The handset was previously discounted to £99 between 15 and 22 May, and also for a day in January.
The Fire Phone wasn’t originally available at launch in the UK. However, it can now be purchased both on and off-contract – although it’s locked to O2, even on PAYG.
In the US, it’s compatible with all GSM networks, including AT&T, T-Mobile and a host of other providers.
However, it isn’t compatible with Verizon, Sprint or US Cellular.
The Amazon Fire Phone has a 2.2GHz quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and a 4.7in HD display.
It also features a 13-megapixel camera with optical image stabilisation, HDR, and an LED flash.
Amazon also included a selection of exclusive features on the Fire Phone, such as the shopper-friendly Firefly, and the Mayday tech-help panic button.
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Unfortunately, the Amazon Fire Phone scored only 6/10 when we reviewed it.
While we praised its innovative software, it suffered from the huge Amazon lock-in, a lack of Google apps, and hefty pricing.
The US-focused apps are also an issue – for instance, there’s a very limited selection of UK banking apps.
Fortunately, it might be a better value proposition at the new price.
If you’re looking for a pricier handset, our smartphone group test video might help: