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Amazon just price-slashed these Nokia, Sony and Motorola smartphones

Amazon has just price-slashed a load of top-name smartphones, including handsets from the likes of Nokia, Sony, Motorola and Huawei.

The Black Friday deals keep rolling in, and Amazon is leading the charge with a host of stellar discounts, not least on smartphones. For starters, Amazon has knocked a generous £105.52 off the price of the Nokia 8, bringing it down from £495.47 to just £389.95.

We were very impressed with the Nokia 8, and praised the phone’s sharp display, excellent battery life and pure take on Android in our review.

Our verdict reads: “It’s good to have Nokia back in the smartphone game, even if it’s had to forge new hardware partnerships to do so. The Nokia 8 is a decent, safe first attempt at a flagship Android phone, and it ticks all the appropriate boxes.”

It continues: “You have the fastest chip on the market, a solid all-metal design, a super-sharp 5.3-inch display, and a version of Android that hasn’t been overworked or unnecessarily tinkered with.”

If that doesn’t float your boat, try these other awesome Amazon deals on for size:

If you’re still not sold, it’s worth heading over to one of the following pages for even more great deals:

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