Honor flash sale knocks mega cash off two of its best phones

Honor has launched flash sales with the Honor 6A and Honor 9 up for grabs, but you’ll have to be quick to nab one of its discounted handsets.

In honour of ‘Honor Day’ the Huawei subsidiary company is slicing the price of the Honor 6A from £149.99 to £99.99.

That’s healthy saving of nearly £50 on a phone that sports a 16MP camera with phase detection auto focus and a 5MP front-snapper for capturing selfies that can be sexed-up with Honor’s ‘Beauty’ mode, ready to share on the likes of Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat.

The more premium Honor 9 has an even bigger discount with nearly £80 off its original price tag, dropping form £379.99 to £299.99.

For pretty much £300, people who throw themselves at the flash sales can pickup a smartphone with a strong specification.

The Honor 9 rocks Huawei’s Kirin 960 octa-core system-on-a-chip and 4GB of RAM to take care of the performance side if things. On-board storage weighs in at a decent if not massive 64GB.

The handset also sports a 3D curved glass back and dual-lens camera setup, thus ticking some of the feature boxes expected from flagship Android phones like Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and the Pixel 2, only at a significantly cheaper price.

The flash sales are only available for one day only and the discounted brace of smartphones can only be brought through Honor’s online store, so don’t go expecting to pick up the phones on flash sale prices at your local Carphone Warehouse.

There are plenty of smartphones with solid specifications at very reasonable prices, such as the OnePlus 5T. But with the prices slashed on the Honor phones, they become very attractive potential purchases.

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