The Samsung Galaxy A10 is already cheap ‘n cheerful Android phone, and now it’s even cheaper – it’s being knocked down to an even more wallet-friendly £120 by a number of retailers this Black Friday.
The phone packs a notched 6.2-inch Full HD+ (1520 × 700) resolution display, a 13-megapixel main camera, and a 3400mAh battery. In terms of space, you get 32GB of internal storage – there’s also a microSD card slot if you need a bit more room, or are transferring photos and videos from an older phone.
Usually going for around the £140 mark in most places, the savings you’ll get for this Samsung Galaxy A10 aren’t huge, but, if you’re shopping around for a cheap phone around the £100 margin, then this could be the Black Friday deal you’re looking for.
Whether you’re after a cheap phone to do the basics and you’re not fussed about cutting edge specs, or you want a backup phone for taking to festivals, the Samsung Galaxy A10 will satisfy.
If this isn’t quite doing it for you, we’ve rounded up a ton of other Best Black Friday Mobile Phone Deals here.
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The Sony WH-1000XM3's are arguably the best noise-cancelling headphones you can buy, but with the ability to bag them for under £200 – as opposed to their original RRP of £329 – this deal is an absolute no brainer.
The lowest price around for Pokemon Shield is still available after the Black Friday/Cyber Monday bonanza. The perfect stocking filler for any Pokemon fanatics this Christmas. As if that wasn't enough, you'll also get 6-months of Spotify Premium absolutely free.
Offering superb value for money, Three's unlimited data SIM is half price for the first six months of your contract. Even when the price levels out at £20 a month, that still makes it one of the most affordable SIM contracts of its kind on the market.
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