One of the best things about Black Friday is that we get a ton of great deals on cool gadgets and electronics, across a wide range of different brands and manufacturers. With that said, Honor is running some awesome deals on its website for several of its products – check them out below!
The Honor 70 comes with a premium-looking design and capable specs, and takes on other phones like the Google Pixel 6 and Samsung Galaxy S21 FE. It also features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778+ SoC, making it ideal for casual use and gaming. It also has a Sony IMX800 camera sensor which will be great for pictures. You can get the phone in a 128GB, with Black, Green and Silver options, as well as a 256GB model.
Launched back in May, the Magic4 Pro is Honor’s first flagship device since it split from Huawei, and comes with some impressive specs, like a triple camera set-up, 100W fast charging, which allows the phone to juice up to a full 100% charge in just 30 minutes. It also comes with a powerful chipset, making it ideal for gaming, social media use, and more. You can grab it now for £749.99, down from its usual price of £949.99.
If you’re on a bit of a budget, then the Magic4 Lite 4G is a more affordable option of the Magic4 Pro, but still comes with some pretty sweet hardware. It features a large 4,800 mAh battery with 66W fast-charging, a 6.81″ FullView display, and it retains the premium look and feel of its flagship sibling. You can get it for £199.99, down from its usual price of £249.99.
For the perfect holiday gift, the Honor Pad 8 comes with a 12-inch 2K display, minimal bezels thanks to a screen-to-body ratio of 87%, as well as a resolution of 2000×1200 pixels and 1.07 billion colors, making it ideal for media consumption and gaming. It also comes with eight loudspeakers placed symmetrically on both sides, and an extra-large 7250 mAh battery for those long Netflix binges. It’s down to a price of £229.99 from its usual price of £269.99.
If you’re looking for a capable laptop, the Honor MagicBook 15 might be right up your alley with its MD Ryzen 5000 series chip, making it a solid performer for most PC and Steam games, and even some content creation on the side. It also comes with a fairly large battery that Honor says can go for up to 11.5 hours of video and content consumption. If you’re thinking of getting one now, it’s down to £489.99 from its usual price of £599.99.